Posted on October 19, 2011 by Jane Prater
1. Secure the stitch until you can calm down and make a plan.
2. Recover as many dropped rows as you can and thread a piece of yarn through the last unattached stitch.
3. Rethread the needle with both sides of the thread.
4. Poke the needle to the inside through the nearest attached stitch and then tie a simple, overhand knot. (No, you won’t feel it.)
5. Weave one of the thread toward the toe for about one inch.
6. Weave the same thread back toward the heel for about one inch. Cut.
7. Weave the other end of the thread toward the heel and then toward the toe. This prevents bulk. It looks like this.
It will stay.
It doesn’t show.
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