Shortcut for tinking/ripping out

Sometimes you just have to tear out some of your knitting. If it's more than a few rows try using your knitting needle (or one size smaller one) to pick up the stiches one row below the mistake. Keep your knitting on the original needles while doing this. Once the second smaller needle is in place, tear out your knitting down to the smaller needle without having to pick up loose stitches. Add a comment

Correcting an Error Several Rows Below the Working Row

Many mistakes can be fixed by dropping the stitch above the mistake, putting a stitch marker (the openable kind) on the dropped stitch allowing the stitch to unravel down to the error. The error is fixed with a crochet hook and the stitch is worked up to the row on the needle.

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