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Old 11-13-2009, 09:58 AM   #1
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Please don't tell me I have to frog it...
Hello! I donít think Iíve properly introduced myself here. I learned to knit several years ago by doing Silverís sock class. Up until now all Iíve knit is socks using her instructions. I recently started knitting The GAAA. A CHALLENGE for a novice like myself. BUT I was actually doing wellÖ.almost done with my first square until this morning I notice near the bottom of my almost completed first square there is a huge loop of yarn. I was working on it last night and didnít notice this, so Iím not sure when it happened. Doesnít look like I dropped a stitch anywhere, but Iím not sure how to work this loop back in without ripping out the whole thing, and I DONíT want to do thatÖIím almost done!!!!!
Thanks for your help!
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Old 11-13-2009, 10:25 AM   #2
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you probably pulled a stitch. You should be able to work it into the fabric by using the tip of a needle or a toothpick or crochet hook to tease the <s>warn</s> yarn along it's path into the neighhboring stitches.
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