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Old 02-14-2012, 12:18 AM   #1
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Stitch Markers AS a Lifeline?
I'm knitting up a baby blanket, and came across the idea to clip together the first (or last?) stitches of the row together, in case I had to frog. Instead of just doing it and risking the blanket, I threw together a 2"x2" swatch, and clipped a few markers on.

Suprisingly, it worked - wouldn't let me unravel past the markers. I did a search on these forums, and on google and didn't find anything.

Do any of you use this method? It seems so much easier than threading a separate yarn through.

ETA: The only downside seems to be that the stitches won't be held in place.
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