16 thoughts on “Dropped Stitch at End of Row

  1. Thank you for this. You would not believe how many times I could have used this, and now I know how and you have made it so easy.

  2. This is an amazing video – so simple and yet completely outside my set of skills until now. Thank you!
    What would be the practice if the stitches were garter? Would we pick up the “bottom ladder” purlwise and the “upper ladder” knitwise?

  3. So so easy! But I did note that the edge you worked on had lovely slipped stitches on the end rather than just regular stitches where you knit or purl the entire row. What happens when that is the case?

  4. Hi! Thank you so much for this video!! This has always been a tough one for me! Is there any way to pick up stitches along the edge when you slip the stitch at the beginning of every rows? Thanks!

  5. Hi Michelle,
    Another great video as usual. I’d like to suggest you do a video on how to count stitches when you are doing cables and lose count. I know there is a method to make the job easier, but I have yet to see it. My problem is always at the point where the stitches have crossed. Which stitch is the first one that was cabled? Hope you like this idea.
    Thank you,
    Nancy

  6. Wow, you just took all the scariness out of that dreaded occurrence! It almost makes me hope this happens just so I can try this. Thanks for always having the answers to my knitting woes.

  7. I have just gotten your email with a link to this video and watched it. I thought to myself how helpful to know, if I ever need it.

    I then picked up my needles to resume work on the sock I was knitting last night, and lo and behold, THERE was a dropped stitch at the beginning of the next row! I’ve never had that happen before.

    I don’t believe in coincidences. There you were when I needed you! Thank you!

  8. You just gave me an ah hah moment! I’ve never seen it described that way. It totally makes sense now. This is why I always watch your videos! Thank you!!

  9. Amazingly clear and simple!!!! Thank you so much! I have ripped out rows because I couldn’t get it right. Now I know! Very much appreciated.

  10. Thanks for the video. It has happened numerous times and I couldn’t figure out how not to mess it up more. It is simple. Thanks, Thanks, Thanks.

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