Picking Up a Dropped Stitch Several Rows Down

It really depends on the fabric. If it is too tight you may need to drop an additional stitch or two to create more play. Before you drop the stitches place a stitch marker on the stitches you are dropping (one you can open) Bring the extra dropped stitches down to the same level as the other one. Now use a crochet hook to bring all the stitches up. Another hint. If you are working in stockinette stitch you can turn your work every row so you are always making a knit stitch. If your work is loose you can use the same technique except reduce the amount of play by dividing it between the stitches as you work your way back up to your needles.

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