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Knitting: learning to make up for a lost stitch

Knitting: learning to make up for a lost stitch



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When you make a knitting, it is likely that you are faced with the problem of the lost stitch, that is to say a stitches dropped while you knit. Most often, this mesh will have fallen one row below. In this case, stop your work, immobilize it with a safety pin and follow the steps below. 1. Start by unraveling any stitches made up to the stitch preceding the lost stitch. Then position the ball thread behind the lost stitch.
2. Insert the right needle at the front of the dropped stitch, then under the ball thread.
3. Pass the left needle through the lost stitch located on the right needle, then bring this stitch over the ball of yarn. The dropped stitch should then be on your left needle.
4. Insert the right needle into the raised stitch, then slide it over this needle. You have thus identified the lost stitch and can resume your work normally.