“Tink” is the word “knit” backwards, and “tinking” means to take out stitches, stitch-by-stitch, to correct a mistake. In this video I demonstrate how to tink back when the stitches aren’t as straightforward as plain knit stitches. This technique will be especially helpful if you need to tink back through a cable or lace pattern.
Information on things you’ll see in this video:
The sweater I’m wearing is my Ombre Dyed Sweater, pattern + video tutorial.
The sweater on the mannequin is my Zasio Sweater Coat, pattern + video tutorial.
The patterned project bag on the table is by dellaQ Knitting Bags and Cases.
The circular needles I’m using are Addi Turbos, available through many online knitting supply stores.
I don’t remember the name of the green yarn I’m using, but it’s a bulky wool/alpaca blend.
My nail color is by OPI, called “Every Month is Oktoberfest”.