Knitting: learning to put sts on hold

Knitting: learning to put sts on hold

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Putting stitches on hold involves stopping knitting part of the work and continuing another. If there are several techniques for putting stitches on hold, the use of a safety pin or a tip protector is particularly effective. If you do not have these accessories, here is a simple solution to put meshes on the right. 1. Insert the point of the right needle from back to front in the stitch to be put on hold located on the left needle.
2. Slide this stitch on the right needle, then repeat the same operation in order to put on hold on your right needle the number of desired stitches.


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