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February 05, 2009



Looks good Bron! You can tighten up the stitches a little bit by tugging / pulling a little bit with a crochet hook. (I've done that myself.) I think you are correct, that it will straighten out in the wash. Good job!

Have a great day everyone!


Mostly Im impressed with your dropping/picking up skills! If its not a simple stockinett or knit stitch then Im at a loss... Good work if nothing else :)

Carrie K

I would tighten them up with a crochet hook too and then it tends to even out. Eventually.

Looks good! Dropping sts is so much better than say, reknitting it.

Two cameras! Lucky girl! lol.


Since this whole post lost me, I now know why I am so intimidated by learning to knit.


Yes! I say keep on keepin' on. With blocking it will undoubtedly even out. Anyone who notices a little glitch in the knitting is standing too close!


Looks great - knit on! I would have been a blubbering wreck if I had to drop all those stitches to fix it up - I can barely handle dropping basic stitches.


Yayyyyy (more moral support)! Great fix - way to go!

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