Why do I drop crochet stitches?
4. Why do I lose stitches? A major cause of stitch loss is failing to put a stitch into the last stitch of the row. The last stitch can get quite tight and may not look like a ‘real’ stitch – but it is.
How do you know if you dropped a stitch?
When you drop a stitch, it’ll cause your knitting to unravel, so find and secure it immediately. To find a dropped stitch, carefully spread out your stitches along the needle and slowly scan the row(s) below. The telltale sign of a dropped stitch is a horizontal strand of yarn that isn’t pulled through a loop.
What does it mean to drop a loop in crochet?
The Drop Loop stitch is a very unique crochet stitch that uses a wooden dowel or knitting needle to create loops of yarn. Crochet chains are pulled up to form ‘loops’ and then the loops slide onto the dowel. We’ll then crochet into the loops which creates the vertical mesh texture.
Why are my crochet stitches increasing?
If your work is getting wider and you didn’t intend for it to, that means you’ve unknowingly added stitches somewhere. … Just subtract the same number of stitches in the next row by working two stitches together until you’re back to the correct stitch count.