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Easy Fix for Rowing Out

If you notice that every other row of your project is longer than its neighbours, that means your knits and purls have different tension. It is a common issue called “rowing out”. It affects many stitch patterns, but is most visible on a fabric made in stockinette stitch. There are a number of ways to fix rowing out – from using mismatched

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Simple and Reliable Way to Evenly Pick Up Stitches from Necklines, Armholes and Other Edges

When we finish sweaters and cardigans, we often need to pick up and knit stitches along a neckline, an armhole or a vertical edge to make a neckband, an armhole band or a button band. The patterns usually instruct us to pick up stitches evenly. If we fail to do so, some segments of the bands

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