Saturday, November 12, 2011

Dropped Stitch in Completed Project

I finished a Blythe hoodie tonight, and was seaming up the sleeves when I noticed I had dropped a stitch in the back:



I stuck a crochet hook through it to hold it, but I have no idea how to fix it. Frogging it back is not an option. Can I just pull a piece of yarn through and tie it? Think it'll hold?

Thanks! 

3 comments:

Esshaych said...

Oooo, I'm not sure! I would have thought pulling a bit of yarn through would do the trick, but I'm not completely sure as I know very little about knitting :( You could always try it I suppose?

I love it btw! So colourful! :D

Jillie the Great said...

I asked around on Ravelry, and they basically said to loop through and tie it and weave the ends in on the back. It's barely noticeable, and it's not like I'm selling it or giving it to you.

Speaking of, (a) you will be seeing this yarn and (b) you will also be seeing these hoodies, not just when Zooey models all the clothes I've made, but because I've got some yarn lined up! I have the colors all picked out, it's just that I need to find the time!

Photos soon! I think it's going to rain today. :(

Esshaych said...

Ooo Thankies! Exciting!! :D

I wouldn't have minded if it was for me! I bet it's not even noticable!