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Old 05-07-2009, 03:09 PM   #1
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how to frog back on a hat?
I knit this hat for my niece - Wesley, only all in one color(pink camo). I figured the smaller size would be OK, but after getting it all done, I realized that I need to add an extra pattern repeat for more height and slouch. The problem?.... I have no idea how to frog back to just before the crown decreases.

I know where they started and where I want to frog back to, but have no idea how to actually do that on something I knit circular. That last time I tried, I ended up frogging the whole thing because I couldn't tell where the rows began and could never get it lined back out.

I would appreciate any advise or words of wisdom you can give me. Thanks!

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