How to Pick Up Dropped Knitting Stitches with Daphne Morris
Classes with Daphne Morris • Educational, G, 29-Jul-2022
Dropped stitches in knitting can be easily picked up with a fine crochet hook. Daphne demonstrates techniques for both knitted and pearled stitches.
From divided stitches, a single dropped stitch several rows down, to a full ladder this technique provides an invisible solution. Consequently the finished knitting shows no sign of the dropped stitch.
She describes the importance of picking the stitches up in order and making sure the stitch faces the right way. Going on to explain the impact of checking that the stitches are correct before continuing with the row.
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