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August 22, 2007



I think your exhibit A is a dropped stitch, but as I am not the greatest knitter, I can't be certain. And as far as increasing accidently, my first project, a scarf, did that beautifully. I was horrified when my knitting mentor ripped the whole thing out in front of me. But, eh, we learn. Count your stitches at the end of each row for a bit...it does get easier. You are probably just doing an accidental yarnover without realizing it. Oh and there is a book called "Knit Fix" that is awesome for figuring out mistakes! I highly recommend it!


Thanks for the book recommendation!

I debated ripping it out and starting over many times, but I've decided that I rather like being able to see the whole learning curve in progress. The major downside, of course, is that I now have to knit around 140 stitches per row so apparently I'm making a blanket and it'll take me FOREVER. =)

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