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Re: missed stitch
Posted by: Alex (IP Logged)
Date: August 03, 2008 05:30PM

Here's a video: [www.expertvillage.com]

To work out the puckering that KT mentions, poke your needle into the picked-up stitch and the stitches around it. Even consider using a slightly larger needle. Then tug the fabric and the area will usually look pretty uniform. Some fibers are more forgiving than others. Wool and wool-like acrylics usually respond to this treatment. Cotton and some other fibers are more difficult to tweak.

I don't have ct, but my hands are arthritic. I always have several projects going at once - knitting on large needles, knitting on small needles, fine lace crochet, crochet projects using larger hooks, and so forth. Trading off seems to help.



Subject Written By Posted
  missed stitch teaart 08/02/2008 02:42PM
  Re: missed stitch Liz 08/02/2008 05:05PM
  Re: missed stitch Mother Hen 08/02/2008 06:57PM
  Re: missed stitch KT 08/02/2008 10:08PM
  Re: missed stitch teaart 08/02/2008 11:20PM
  Re: missed stitch Alex 08/03/2008 05:30PM


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