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Old 08-15-2006, 12:32 AM   #1
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Can anybody help me fix this mistake?? Please!
Hi all,

I am so frustrated right now! I am knitting a booga bag in the round, and all of a sudden I noticed that I must have twisted a stitch or something, b/c all of a sudden my right side was my wrong side! I haven't a clue how that happened, but anyways....I tried to fix it by "TINK-ing" and de-knitting each stitch, but now I think they're even more twisted.

My question is this: how can I "frog" back to where the knitting was ok on circular needles? If I was on straights, I would just pull it off and then re-insert the needle. But how do I do this on circs? Re-inserting the needle all around the work seems daunting.


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