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green monk
« on: January 19, 2006 04:13:40 PM »

hey all Tongue ive got a question maybe someone here can help me with.  im doing a shirt (tank girl, SnB) and its a purl 2 knit 1 rib.  im pretty wicked clumsy and the last stich is forever falling off of my needle.  this one fell off while i was back knitting (or unknitting? cant remember) to fix a screw up and now its a bit of a messy knot.  i was having a moment trying to remember where the needle went to undo the stich and then it fell right off and as i was trying to put it back on i couldnt find the correct loop to put on.  im wondering if someone has a picture of how the end is supposed to look? with maybe the stich stretched out, or if someone could take one really quickly? im pretty sure i could figure out how to get it back there if i could see what it was supposed to look like, but i still cant get that figured out.  or maybe someone has a link that might show me? any help would be wonderful, because until them im left to my own devices, or just not knitting, which has become not an option at this point Tongue
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