Common Knitting Mistakes: How to Tink If you've made a mistake in the row you'r...

February 24, 2015

Common Knitting Mistakes:
How to Tink

If you've made a mistake in the row you're working on and don't want to frog the whole row, you'll want to Tink (or knit backwards, get it?) to the place you made the mistake. Here's how to do it:

1. Insert your left needle from front to back into the stitch that is below the first stitch on your right needle.
2. Slip the first stitch off the right needle.
3. Unravel the yarn.

Repeat steps 1-3 till you come to the stitch that is before the one where you made a mistake. Then continue knitting!




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