Saturday, February 25, 2006

Hole in the sock

There's a tiny hole in the sock I'm knitting and I don't know what I did to get it?



















I don't think it's a dropped stitch as there's no laddering. Is it a slipped stitch? ideas on a postcard please.

I've found the ideal solution to having the kids back:





















In actual fact it's the new ramp for the trailer that my husband has made but I'm sure it could double up as a 'playpen'

6 Comments:

Blogger sborja1 said...

It seems like if you knitted twice in the same stitch, no? Have you a new stitch when you re-count?
Bye
Simonne

6:37 AM  
Blogger sborja1 said...

I know how not to make a hole when you make a new stitch: you take the yarn BEHIND the stitch (difficult to explain in english)

6:40 AM  
Blogger Stacey said...

I've done something called a yarn over simonne. I've created a new stitch where I didn't need one. Silly woman that I am - lol

2:33 AM  
Blogger sborja1 said...

It can arrive to the best of us...

11:19 AM  
Blogger Kalendar Girl said...

Oh yeah, seen that before all the time..... It's an added stitch in my experience.

If you check your stitches, you probably have one extra since that hole, unless you knitted two together somewhere to compensate.

Love your projects!

12:28 AM  
Blogger Cherry Rolfe said...

looks like you picked up a strand between two stitches - were you distracted!

3:45 AM  

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