- Why is my first row of knitting so loose?
- Why do I end up with more stitches?
- How do you fix a missing loop in finger knitting?
- What do you do at the end of a row in knitting?
- Why is my knitting loose?
- Can I unpick knitting from the bottom?
- Why does the yarn between my needles keep getting longer?
- Why does my knitting keep getting wider?
Why is my first row of knitting so loose?
This happens when your cast on stitches are too loose.
The knitting above them keeps them from spreading wider, so the looseness ends up as extra length.
You may be using two needles or a larger needle to prevent your cast on from being too tight.
Try using a smaller needle, until your cast on pleases you..
Why do I end up with more stitches?
The most common reasons that extra stitches occur are either accidental yarn overs and inadvertent knitting into space between stitches. An “accidental yarn over” occurs when you bring your yarn to the front of the work (as opposed to keeping it in the back).
How do you fix a missing loop in finger knitting?
Simply undo, twist or correct the error and finger knit it back up to the top. So if you see an error and haven’t dropped loop, this is an easy fix without a lot of time to redo major sections of your project.
What do you do at the end of a row in knitting?
When you get to the end of the row, the needle with the stitches is in your right hand and the empty needle is in the left. To keep going, of course, you turn the knitting over, switch the needle with the stitches to your left hand and the empty needle to your right and keep on knitting.
Why is my knitting loose?
It’s possible that the way you hold your yarn is what’s causing those loose stitches. For example, if you’re picking up the yarn with your needle loosely and letting that yarn hang freely when you’re not using it, then the stitch created by that yarn is totally unpredictable.
Can I unpick knitting from the bottom?
If the project is worked from the bottom up, that means you will need to turn it upside down. This is the fun part. Take your scissors and snip the yarn in the marked row one stitch away from the right side of the work. Carefully undo the yarn from the first stitches at the right side of the work.
Why does the yarn between my needles keep getting longer?
It may be due to the cast on that you’re using. Is it a long strand connecting the two needles that grows longer with each stitch? The thumb loop cast on will do this. It’s also a more difficult cast on to knit into for the first row.
Why does my knitting keep getting wider?
If the sides of your knitting aren’t straight, but instead have little steps on either side, the knitting gets wider as you go along, or you have holes in your knitting, you are accidentally adding extra stitches. … Then, when you knit both strands, you’ve created two stitches where only one used to be.