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Hoe-to-Video: TinkingTinking

Tink - To undo stitches, one at a time; to fix a mistake in the row you have just finished or are currently working on.
The smallest thing can distract me from knitting - a phone call, the whistle of the tea kettle or an exciting moment in a favorite show. These little distractions aren't so bad, until I look down and realize something is not right; I have made a mistake in my row. When I am in this situation I like to undo my knitting stitch by stitch, working backwards until I reach the area where the problem occurred. This is an easy technique known as tinking, which is wonderful to use if you catch the mistake in the row you are currently working on or have just finished. Check out our new how-to video to see how it’s done.

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Fayweye, free pattern

With floral buds and a little green i-cord on top, this whimsical hat (pronounced “fairy”) is sure to be a fall and winter favorite for your little one.

Knit in Vintage® DK
Skill level: Easy
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Vintage® DK

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Emily Nora O'Neil, Designer

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