Sometimes mistakes happen when working on a project, and it becomes necessary to pull out some stitches and try again. Crochet is very forgiving when it comes to pulling out stitches, and the technique is simple:

1. Remove the hook completely from the work, leaving an empty loop.

2. Pull on the working end of the yarn (the end attached to the skein).

3. Keep pulling on the working end of the yarn until all of the desired stitches are pulled. Re-insert the hook into the loop of the last remaining stitch to begin again.

This is called "frogging" because you rip it, rip it, rip it.

CONTINUE ON to Finishing Off and Weaving in Ends.

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