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How to recover a stitch from a slipped needle
Im learning the basics of knitting thanks to youtube. I've only been knitting for a couple of weeks. I have stumbled upon a problem Im sure every new knitter has encountered. There are times when my needle slips from the loops and I do not know how to recover the stitch because the loops were pulled too, so, I start over. My first project is a dishcloth and I was about half way finished when the needle slipped from the loop and I lost the stitch. I did the best I could to recover the stitch but it is obvious I didnít recover the stitch properly. My question is, when a needle slip happens how do I recover the stitch properly so I can continue my project without starting over?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!!

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