In this tutorial, we learn how to take out knitted stitches. First, pull your yarn tight and insert your two crochet needles. Take the left needle and go into the stitch, then pull it out with the right needle. Continue to do this for each stitch, until you have removed each one you don't want. Although you may think you won't need to do this, it's very important to learn just in case you make a mistake while creating something. make sure to work slowly, so you don't end up removing more stitches than you need to. When finished, continue your stitching and you'll be ready to go!
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