Hey, baby! Yell all you want - send me a private message for a confab! ((:
Now, at ease. Okay? Just at ease.
If this happens - AGAIN - here's what I would do and you could do what you want! LOL! Options:
* Quit the heck knitting with it and crochet with it! LOL!
(I do both).
* As I cannot tell if you also crochet, here's what I would do
to resume knitting.
* Add a life line. Know about those? Surf for this info:
Life line or lifeline. There are various systems and
designed specifically for helping knitters of
all experience levels should they have to frog back. @@
Gott love it!! I won't write it out - surf for it. I use
Lifeline video - there will be several and one may be more applicable to your situation. Lifelines can be made of anything and just literally go into your knitting row as a not-knitted in piece of material, work away and if doo-doo happens, you only frog back to the life line.
* Finally, when I lose a stitch or stitches, I'm bound and determined to develop a system to 'get me through this'. It '''must''' be there. 'After all, the very first knitter ever didn't have another knitter or the web as a resource, didn't know about whatever, so this develops over the centuries.
We do what we can do, hands on and learn accordingly.
I like problems. I don't care if I knit or crochet another stitch; I could sit all day and just problem solve! LOL!!
Finally, if you made the stitches and they slipped off, they are indeed there so don't frog. I can't see your pattern or yarn choice, either, so the first thing I would says is to:
At ease and take a bubble bath. @@
Come back when at ease and clean and look at the area again with the safety pin style stitch markers handy by (or use safety pins).
Gently spread the WIP for a look see. Nothing? Spread it wider - go slowly. See it now? If this material is all wonky, then you need a life line.
Also, not all yarn and needle material choices are compatible. Your work slip out. I'd suggest you view that, too. If this stuff is slippery, then you need a needle with 'drag'. What does that mean?
Experiment with the needles in your stash. I find slippery yarns or shakey hands, for that matter, may require wooden, acrylic or plastic needles versus the slicker ones like turbos, click lace, silvalumes or quick silvers, etc.
Try that, too. K?
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