How-To: Safely Rip Back Knitting Stitches

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How-To: Safely Rip Back Knitting Stitches


Break out the yarn and make mistakes without worry with this handy tutorial for safely ripping back knitting stitches from the Webs Yarn Store Blog.


10 thoughts on “How-To: Safely Rip Back Knitting Stitches

  1. Krystle says:

    OMG freaking ingenious. I have had to destroy many works because I didn’t know this little trick. thank you so much!!


    Brilliant. Shall try next time I make a mistake.

  3. Donna says:

    I usually use a lifeline (yarn – different color) for my lace work. It works every time. :)

  4. Janet Luttrell says:

    Wish I had this a long time ago, so many I have had to take out. Thanks for this tip, will go a long way with me.

  5. Tracy Priestnall says:

    Omg sooo simple when you know how i will be using that next time i mess up thanks x

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