During a recent trip to the LYS I was discussing a problem that I was having with a certain stitch (can't remember which one) and Rachel (my knitting ninja) told me to show her how I knit so I did a quick demo and she told me I was wraping the yarn the wrong way around my needle when doing a knit stitch - OMG I've been knitting this way for years! Anyway, she is also left handed and demonstrated her techique which turns out to be the traditional continental style - feeding the yarn from the left hand and so forth. So I've adopted this style. It's so much more effecient and faster but I'm having a really hard time getting even stitches and they seem so much looser. I'm just really frustrated, I kind of want to go back to my old incorrect method - at least I had even pretty stitches. So if anyone could sort of give me basic tips on achieving nice even stitches I would appreciate it. Then again maybe it's just a matter of practice and experience.