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knots in wool

Posted by clairdo2 (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 18, 06 at 10:37

I just knitted a dishcloth and there was a knot in the wool. I'm afraid it might come apart when I use it. Is there anything I can do so it won't come apart/
TX Claire


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RE: knots in wool

I think it is too late to ask. If it were I, I would rip out to that point, cut out the knot, and start that row over, being sure to leave a tail long enough to weave into the fabric. Or use a Russian Join.


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RE: knots in wool

Was it wool or another yarn? If you don't want to frog it and start over, you can use a needle and matching thread and run a few stitches through the knot or try putting a dab of liquid thread glue like Fray Check (Joann's sells it) on it.


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