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Old 07-02-2008, 11:18 AM   #1
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Adding a yo 2 rows back
I'm working on a skirt in the round and it's almost 200 stitches. It has a little eyelet pattern (Gull Wings) and in one set I left a yo out. Is there a way I can fix this with out frogging? Can I add a yo by just unraveling where it should be? I hope so, I don't want to frog this again.....

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Old 07-02-2008, 11:49 AM   #2
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it's 2 row back? between the two stitches where it should be, reach down with the tip of the right needle and lift the TWO bars between the stitches up onto the left needle tip. (the lower one should be to the left of the upper one) now pass the left hand lifted strand over the right hand lifted strand and off the needle. slip the remaining strand (now a stitch in a yo) onto the right needle
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MMario,

Thank you SO MUCH! YEAH! I don't have to frog it!!!
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Old 07-02-2008, 12:06 PM   #4
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I forgot to say you want to reach from BEHIND with the right needle - that way when you lift the two strands they are correctly positioned to slip onto the left needle.
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Thank you! I actually did it that way before you posted it. I already had to frog this thing twice I really didn't want to for just 1 left out yo.... Thank you so very very much!
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