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Re: KniftyKinitting
Posted by: KT (IP Logged)
Date: February 04, 2009 11:03AM

The Knifty Knitter is a knitting loom, correct? If so, I guess you have the option of taking all the loops off the loom and then unraveling the yarn until you get to the problem area --just like sliding all the loops off a knitting needle.

Or, if it is just one stitch and you know which peg that stitch started from, I suppose you could take the loop off that peg and ravel down to where your problem occurred.

If you are having difficulties unraveling your work, it could be that the yarn itself is a little difficult to unravel and you need to give it a firmer tug. Or, if you inadvertently split the yarn in some places while working on the loom, you may have to figure out where the splitting occurred, and how the plies got worked up into a stitch after or next to it.

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  KniftyKinitting 23clrisc 02/03/2009 09:54PM
  Re: KniftyKinitting KT 02/04/2009 11:03AM
  Re: KniftyKinitting 23clrisc 02/04/2009 05:23PM
  Re: KniftyKinitting KT 02/04/2009 07:13PM
  Re: KniftyKinitting 23clrisc 02/07/2009 10:29PM
  Re: KniftyKinitting Sally J 02/08/2009 04:02PM
  Re: KniftyKinitting 23clrisc 02/16/2009 09:31PM

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