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This explains how to pick up a dropped stitch if you are working in stockinette stitch.
This explains how to pick up a dropped stitch when you're working in garter stitch.
This video shows you how to "knit" backwards (tink is knit spelled backwards). This technique allows you to take out stitches one by one and gives you more control over taking out stitches.
This video shows you how to read the stitches in your knitting.
This video shows you how to read the rows in your knitting and why you want to use a row counter.
This video shows you how to change a knit stitch into a purl stitch, even if it was far back in your work.
This video will help you fix any loose stitches and snags in your work so you end up with a tidy piece of finished work.
This video will help you recover part of your cast-on if a stitch ends up slipping off the needle.
This video will show you how to remove a bind off row if you want to redo it, take out a few rows of work or add more length.
This video will show you how to tink over a more complicated stitch pattern such as a cable.
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