How to fix a dropped stitch (both a knit and a purl) without a crochet hook

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If there is the most common knitting mistake, it’s probably a “dropped stitch”. It happens to every knitter, and to most of us it happens more often than we care to admit.

Ironically, it frequently occurs when we are knitting on the go, at a cottage, while watching a game or a movie, or waiting at the doctor’s office – all those instances when we don’t have all (or any!) of our tools available.

So, what do we do when we notice that one of the stitches is sticking out of the project instead of sitting neatly next to other stitches on the needles? And how do we fix it without a crochet hook or any other special tools? That’s what this tutorial is all about.

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How to fix a dropped stitch (both a knit and a purl) without a crochet hook

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