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"When you need to undo your knitting for several rows but not all the way back to the beginning."



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beautifully illustrated Kitchener stitch tutorial! Makes it look easy (it is)!



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Rescue a dropped stitch | Knit It Now



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How to Knit on Circular Needles in 5 Easy Steps for Beginning Knitters with Studio Knit | Watch Free Knitting Video Tutorial



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In this lesson, learn how to identify and correct the three most common beginning knitter mistakes: twisted, dropped, and incomplete stitches. https://curious.com/debajounbotonknits/series/how-to-knit-for-beginners?from=13192&skip_course=1%3Futm_source%3Dpinterest&utm_content=buffer4ffe3&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer



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Fixing mistakes in your #knitting projects is easier than you think with with this FREE guide on how to fix knitting mistakes. #knittingmistakes #unknit



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Knitting ER: How to Fix Your Mistakes with Patty Lyons-Annie's Online Class. Watch a free preview here: https://www.anniescatalog.com/onlineclasses/detail.html?code=KJV02



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50+ knitting techniques for fixing knitting mistakes video workshop | InterweaveStore.com



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From the long-tail cast-on to the loop cast-on and many more, get eight great and free tutorials for different knitting cast on methods.



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Picture of How to pick up dropped stitches in Knitting



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Learn these four, must-know knitting bind-offs so you can choose the right one for your project! #knitting #bindoff



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It might seem like a daunting task to fix mistakes when you're knitting cables, but it isn't. Here are two fixes for the most common problems when knitting cables. Which row am I on? If you've lost track of where you are in a cable repeat, it's easy to count the number of rounds…



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If you have trouble wrapping your head around counting and keeping track of your rows when knitting, click through to read this blog post now. It explains exactly how to count rows it for garter and stocking stitch, plus handy hints to help you keep track whilst you work!



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Get all 100 stitches in one eBook!



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Tuesday’s Knitting Tip at WEBS – Slip the first stitch of every row to keep your edges neat in stockinette.



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Knitting ER: How to Fix Your Mistakes with Patty Lyons-Annie's Online Class. Watch a free preview here: https://www.anniescatalog.com/onlineclasses/detail.html?code=KJV02



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Don't let a tight cast on ruin your next knitting project. Use these tricks to troubleshoot your too-tight cast on before you start knitting.



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I used to rip out my work to fix a mistake before I found this article.



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CreatiKnit | How to Undo Your Stitches Without Worry!



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