Patricia Bustamante

Patricia Bustamante

Patricia Bustamante
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Ripping back with less risk: Once you have your needle inserted all the way along the row, you can pull the working yarn to rip back the rows above the needle. From yarn.com blog. BONUS TRICK -- For easier pick-up, use a needle a size or two smaller than the ones you're knitting with.

How-To: Safely Rip Back Knitting Stitches Once you have your needle inserted all the way along the row, you can pull the working yarn to rip back the rows above the needle. The stitches will be sitting on your needle ready to go.

Once you have your needle inserted all the way along the row, you can pull the working yarn to rip back the rows above the needle.

How-To: Safely Rip Back Knitting Stitches Once you have your needle inserted all the way along the row, you can pull the working yarn to rip back the rows above the needle. The stitches will be sitting on your needle ready to go.

Weaving in Your Ends - Knitting Tutorials: Finishing Techniques - Knitting Crochet Sewing Embroidery Crafts Patterns and Ideas!

Weaving in Your Ends - Knitting Tutorials: Finishing Techniques - Knitting Crochet Sewing Embroidery Crafts Patterns and Ideas! Ive needed this for so long!

the better bind off i use this bind off ALL the time now! Works sooo much better.

Knitting-the better bind off (Elizabeth Zimmerman).love, love, love this bind off. I use it for the bottoms of sweaters when I knit from the top down and anywhere else you need a nice stretchy edge.