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Old 11-02-2011, 06:07 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by suzeeq View Post
Nope, you don't have to take out the last row. Just keep working until you get to the first purl, drop the st off the needle, take out the loop and put the yarn in back and pick up the loop the right way. Repeat. There's videos on the Tips page under Fixing Mistakes that show how to do this.
I've just realized, I've got 2 rows of purl stitches there, when in fact they should have been knit stitches. Can I still fix it how you said? I'm really scared to start attempting to fix it and then end up screwing the whole thing up. I watched the video on fixing stitches without unraveling rows, but it didn't really help because that only involves one wrong stitch, whereas I've got 2 wrong stitches on top of each other.
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