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Old 06-22-2013, 01:39 AM   #1
Artchic528
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Avoided a disaster!!
So I am merrily knitting along, doing a simple garter stitch scarf, and suddenly dropped a stitch at the very end of the row. I was baffled at how to fix this, but was determined to save the work, which was already 4-5 inches long at this point. So, without delay, I went straight to my computer and straight to here. After a quick search and some of the trusty help videos, I decided that my best bet was to go back a row, so I did, and managed to save my work!!

Talk about a sigh of relief!! I would have been devastated if I had to frog the work. Needless to say, I am very proud of myself for not doing that very thing.
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