Knitting Crisis

I put the stocking down for a bit of peaceful shawl knitting. I hadn’t even gotten through a row when I discovered I’d dropped a stitch about 8 rows back- a center make 1. Not an easy spot to fix or fudge. So I’ll be over here tinking back about 4000 stitches. This is going to take a while…

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18 Responses to Knitting Crisis

  1. Ouch, that is a nasty tink. Hope it does not take you all that long. Take care.

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  2. tonymarkp says:

    So much for the peaceful shawl knitting. Recently I got snagged on two double decreases for EZ’s adult surprise jacket because I apparently forgot to slip stitches over the k2tog. My solution was to just k2tog in a random spot. I suppose the increases can’t be fudged the same way. Thanks for reminding me to double increase with care.

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  3. I just cringed at the very thought for you. I once restarted a shawl just so I didn’t have to tink it.

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  4. AliInPerth says:

    Oh rats! There’s no easy way to do that is there. I’m commiserating with you.

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  5. Rats! Hate it when I can’t fudge it. Good luck😊

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  6. YarnyDragonfly says:

    Oh, no! That one is painful. Good luck and I hope it goes well.

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  7. As animator and The Simpsons creator Matt Groening would put it, this calls for an (Annoyed Grunt). (In other words, “D’oh!” as represented in the scripts.)

    Seriously, though, that sounds incredibly frustrating and hopefully you’ll get it right the second time around.

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  8. beingbodeker says:

    Oh my goodness, that’s a crazy amount of stitches!!! We all feel your pain!!!

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  9. D’oh! Hope it goes quickly and easily!

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  10. I can barely fathom tinking 4,000 stitches. I’d probably spend as much time as that would take trying to figure out a way NOT to have to tink that much. Onward!

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  11. im kind of impressed that you know the exact amount of stitches you have to re-do… i sometimes dont even know the exact amount of stitches I casted on….😊 but good luck!

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  12. kathyreeves says:

    OUCH! If it helps, last night I frogged my sweater sleeve and started over, not nearly 4000 stitches, but at least you aren’t alone.😢Crying with you!

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  13. MrsCraft says:

    Oh no! What a pain, hope it’s over and done with quickly so you can concentrate on re knitting it!

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  14. salpal1 says:

    oh no! Did you think about dropping just the concerned stitches back and working your way back up there with a crochet hook? Or would that be too complicated?

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