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Why Is My Knitting Getting Wider?

by Hannah Gilly

December 15, 2020

Where did all those extra stitches come from?

When you start knitting as a beginner knitter, there’s a strong likelihood that after a few rows there will be more stitches on the needles than you started with. It’s a rite of passage as a knitter.

Don’t feel that you’re doing anything wrong or that you have to give up because you can’t knit.

As you knit more this will happen less and less, so I’ve got a video today to show you why this might happen. Take a look and you’ll be more aware of which mistakes you can avoid.

You’ll have knitting with parallel edges before you know it!

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