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Old 04-12-2007, 05:36 PM   #1
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Best way to frog a few rows back?
I did just fine until I got to this 3rd color and I've had more mistakes! I've already frogged once, but it still doesn't look right. When I ripped it I just think I dropped or twisted or whatever the stitches. My loops that are left for me to put the needle back on are very small and it's just frustrating. Any hints? I'm thinking about frogging back to the last color, maybe the stitches will be easier to see and pick up??
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