Nooo! You’re knitting along, and you realize you dropped a stitch AGES ago. You can rip back to fix it, but it’s worth a try securing that stitch with a stitch of scrap yarn, and seeing if it looks good enough to forget the mistake ever happened. In this video, I demonstrate securing a dropped edge stitch.
Information on things you’ll see in this video:
The lace in the video thumbnail is Ishbel (not my design), knit with Malabrigo Lace.
The project I’m fixing in the video is one that I can’t share (at least not yet), and the yarn used is Infinite Twist Helix and Halo.
The bent-tip tapestry needle I use for demonstration can be found here.
The sweater I’m wearing (not my design) is this pattern, knit in a discontinued cotton yarn.
The nail polish I’m wearing is Julep, color “Maddy”.