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Lou @ Littlegreenshed

hmmm this is all too familiar to me. I always think I will rip the stitches back to a bit where I can start correctly again, it never works. I am afraid you might have to start that side again... crap I know. Good luck hun xx

Susie Goodwill

I'm a fine one to talk because I have gazillions of unfinished projects BUT I would be tempted to start all over will bug the sh*t out of you if you don't do it properly. I am rubbish at cable (I think I just like stuff where I don't have to concentrate)


Ooh, ouch, that's a really hard one :S But yes, sometimes the only thing for it is to rip the whole damn thing out and start again. It hurts, but at least you can look out for the trouble spots on the second pass.

Much sympathy!


I hate that feeling, but in the long run it is so worth it to rip it out and start again. I feel for you though!


Oh no, I know how you feel as I have been knitting a cable scarf and I realised I had made a mistake. I have put it to one side but know I need to rip it back about an inch (not so bad) and get it back on track again.

BTW, not wanting to worry you but I haven't received my crochet book from Amazon yet. Is there any chance you could track the package for me? Thanks. Good luck with your knitting. xx

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