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I just finished the second arm on a top-down seamless sweater for my 2 year old GD and was admiring my work when I noticed a dropped stitch on the first arm about 14 rows down. Luckily I was able to grab it with my tiniest crochet hook, work it down to the last row, and then "uncast off" about 25 stitches until I got to the naughty one. I'm so glad I caught it before giving it to my GD. Has this ever happened to anyone else?
 

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Oh no, never. Hahahahaha.

Glad you rescued the stitch.

One time I wore a pair of socks I had just finished. When I took my shoes off hours later, I had a big hole in my toe -- somehow I dropped a stitch, so the new sock had to be mended.
 

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When I read the title of your post it reminded me of a dog I rescued from the shelter 2 hours before it was due to be put down, and my husband named him ITNOT (in the nick of time).
 

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Colorado knits said:
Oh no, never. Hahahahaha.

Glad you rescued the stitch.

One time I wore a pair of socks I had just finished. When I took my shoes off hours later, I had a big hole in my toe -- somehow I dropped a stitch, so the new sock had to be mended.
This same thing happened to me. I was showing my stepdaughter the socks I made and when I took off my shoe my big toe was showing threw. what a laugh we had. She got me some threat and a needle and I just sewed it back together.
 
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