Friday, May 20, 2011

Knitting Blunder of the week!

Ugh. So I was knitting along on my dishcloth blanket, when I noticed several rows back that I had dropped a stitch ( that I thought I fixed, but it was still messed up.  I must have picked it up two rows later, and only reattached one row).

So now my project looks like this. 
I pulled it out to where the stitch was messed up.
And watched some videos on how to fix it online.

Knitting Blunder

But I am pretty sure it might be better just to pull it back out... 
Each time I get it "fixed" it looks super loose.

What do you think? Any help would be appreciated!


  1. UGH, sorry I'm no help. Elizabeth Zimmerman makes it sound so easy in her books! She says "own it"....I've never had to do it (yet)...let us know what you come up with.

  2. Wish I could help, but I just learned to knit yesterday. It was supposed to be a simple scarf with 26 rows, but I ended up with about 126 - lol! I just kept knitting along, wondering why it would hardly fit on my long knitting needle anymore. Duh! I tore it all out and have restarted. But at least now I know how to make a cute ruffle.

    Tracy All Thumbs Crafts


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