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How to Knit : How to Pick Up a Dropped Stitch in Knitting

January 26th, 2010 · 6 Comments · Uncategorized

Pick up a dropped stitch in knitting by using a crochet hook to pick up the first rung on the ladder and pulling it through the dropped stitch. Place dropped stitches in knitting back on the needle properly with help from an experienced knitter in this free video on knitting.

Expert: Allison Isaacs
Contact: www.imagiknit.com
Bio: Allison Isaacs learned to knit and needlepoint at an early age.
Filmmaker: Sam Lee

Duration : 0:1:26


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6 responses so far ↓

  • 1 artemisfair // Jan 26, 2010 at

    does it matter what …
    does it matter what size crochet hook you use? I guess it should be roughly the same size but if I use on half a size bigger or smaller will it look funny?

  • 2 ignat62 // Jan 26, 2010 at

    Excellent… Thank …
    Excellent… Thank you!

  • 3 kittu2331 // Jan 26, 2010 at

    can you please tell …
    can you please tell me which style of knitting is that, if possible can you please upload how to knit that style

  • 4 Enkeli2 // Jan 26, 2010 at

    I just seem to be …
    I just seem to be getting a bigger hole :S

  • 5 alydeterjo // Jan 26, 2010 at

    O thank you THANK …
    O thank you THANK YOU! I thought I was going to start crying when I dropped a stitch earlier. I had no clue what to do! Big Sigh of relief!

  • 6 mattymatt // Jan 26, 2010 at

    So useful! I had …
    So useful! I had always just tied off the dropped stitches with some spare yarn, which looked pretty sloppy. This is a much better method — thanks Allison!

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