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Old 07-05-2009, 11:36 AM   #1
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securing a dropped stitch.
This is what I get for knitting when there is a lot on my mind!
Anyway, I'm doing socks for one of my kids, so perfection isn't a must.
Somehow I dropped a stitch off of one of the double points while joining the gusset to the top of the foot stitches, so it's on the side. It is about 2 inches down now, and I really don't want to rip it out to pull up that stitch. Currently it's safety pinned. How can I secure it so it won't unravel itself?

For the record, don't ask me how, but I got the right number of stitches again on that one dpn. I really should not knit when my mind is a million miles away.
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Old 07-05-2009, 11:55 AM   #2
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Bring up the stitch another row or two, then move it to the WS and take a short piece of yarn through the loop and weave in the ends.
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Bring the stitch up to level with the rest of the work if you can find where you made an increase to bring the sts up to the correct amount and k2tg . Or do as Suzeeq says.
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Yep, I'd work it up to where you're now working. Otherwise it'll always bug ya, just knowing it's there.
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I think that being 2" down (about 12 rows or more) it's not going to be feasible to bring it all the way up. The subsequent rows won't have enough loose yarn to make a new st. So just going up another couple rows will be fine, then fasten it on the WS.
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I think that being 2" down (about 12 rows or more) it's not going to be feasible to bring it all the way up. The subsequent rows won't have enough loose yarn to make a new st. So just going up another couple rows will be fine, then fasten it on the WS.
That's a good point. Take it up as far as the drop actually shows in the rows. If it shows, there's loose yarn there to work with.
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That is the weird thing, it doesn't show. The yarn has nubby like colored yarns that stick out, so I probably thought it was one of those. I happened to see a small hole and found a dropped stitch.

I will bring it up as far as I can and then secure with a weave. Thanks!
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