Learn how to read the stitches on your knitting needle so you can identify and fix twisted (aka upside down or backwards) stitches on your needle.
Mistakes in cables can be obvious, and therefore, usually require fixing. Learn how to fix a cable mistake without ripping out your work.
You don’t need to unknit or rip out your work to fix a forgotten make one. Learn how to fix M1L and M1R in this tutorial.
Does the thought of pulling your needles out of your stitches and ripping out your work terrify you? You are not alone!
In this video, I’m going to show you how to bravely rip out your work AND pick up your stitches so that you don’t accidentally unravel your whole piece.
A lifeline can be used with any type of knitted project, but it is especially helpful in lace knitting. Mistakes are much harder to fix in lace knitting than in other forms of knitting. The lifeline holds a row of stitches so that if you make a mistake, you can simply drop the stitches off …