Shandeh wrote:Since you need to remove several rows, it will be best to unravel them. I usually just pull out the knitting needle and frog it (rip it, rip it) until I've pulled out all the wrong rows. Then I get a thinner knitting needle to put the stitches back onto. Then, I use my normal sized needle to knit the next row. Just watch the stitches carefully as you knit them off the thinner needle, because some of them will probably be twisted. Just turn them the right way before knitting them.
You can also find some videos for inserting a long thin needle beforehand on your destination row.
Knitting is very different from crochet. You have to be very careful, and pay attention to your stitching. But it gets easier as time goes by.
karenarp wrote:Why do they call it frogging? At least tink makes sense. Is frog an acronym?
karenarp wrote:I just could not figure out how they are supposed to look (need way more experience I am sure). And I could not find a single video on how to know if they are on correctly.
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