OK. I'm getting much better at this knitting thing and I'm getting pickier about leaving mistakes behind. This being the case, I've gotten pretty good at knitting backwards (or TINKing, as I've heard it called). Unfortunately, the stitches occasionally get twisted in doing so.
I've learned that I can fix a twisted knit stitch by knitting into the back of the stitch, but when a purl stitch is twisted, the only thing I know to do to fix it is to slip the stitch and slip it back untwisted. This is fine when there's only a few stitches, but is a real pain when there's a whole row of twisted stitches to fix. Is there a similar technique to fix a twisted purl stitch in one fell swoop?
Thanks for your help!