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Old 04-05-2012, 07:42 PM   #1
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Single row tear back
l must be out of my mind. I just ripped one stitch
back over 100 rows just to fix one twisted stitch It all worked out flawlessly and now my shawl is too. Thank goodness I noticed it now. Never gone that far back for one stitch before. Working on my second Faroese shawl. Will post pics when I have more done. Felling very pleased with myself though for bracing hung back that far and not ripping it all back. I can't abide errors in my knitting. :P
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