EEK! holey loop from nowhere! did it again. now with video
Ack. ok Hi. working on the Knit and Tonic "Somewhat Cowl pattern" for some reason every 10 or so rows i get this random holey loop thing that seems to occur from nowhere but i dont notice it for another 5-10 rows and then i can't figure out how to fix. i keep on taking it out vertically, crocheting that line back up again moving to the next stitch over, taking it out, crocheting it back up again, to no avail. its getting to the point where that stray loop needs to be used to form the back "line of the stitch" to crochet it back up.. aM i in dire straights and needing to frog again (for the third time) another 10 rows?! Its a sweater so if it gets patched properly and only shows on the wrong side i dont care! help please! (btw at first it was a smaller loop than shown but this undoing of each "line/row" stich thing has made it grow larger as i've fixed the tension on the stitches surrounding the original holey loop thing (hope that makes sense). (which i am holding up with my finger could you tell a cat took a nap on it?!). I really think part of it is the cheap yarn (is that possible?) its my first sweater so i decided to practice with lionbrand wool-ease (like 1/4 of the price for the complete sweater if i ever get there!)
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