Can you undo a row of knitting?
Sometimes, when you are knitting a pattern you can get distracted and knit more rows than what you needed at first. In order to unknit these rows, you have two options: you can do it by undoing them stitch by stitch, though this option is a bit too slow.
Can you unravel knitting from the cast on edge?
This will feel wrong, but if you need to undo knitting below the needle, you will need to cut away the unwanted knitting. If you try to unravel starting at the cast on edge, you will soon find that the yarn is locked at each stitch. (Unlike unravelling from above the needle, where the stitches undo very easily.)
How do I stop my knitting from curling at the bottom?
The most well known method to prevent curling is by blocking. How do you do that? When you’re finished knitting your project and you’ve bound off your stitches, put your garment into tepid water with a bit of pH neutral soap. Let the wool soak for about 30 minutes, but don’t rub!
What is the cast on edge?
Picking Up Stitches: Cast-On or Bound-Off Edge
Picking up stitches is a way to add new stitches to an already finished bit of knitting–along the sides for a buttonband, perhaps, or at the neckline for a collar. You can add stitches to any edge: a cast-on edge, a bound-off edge, or the side edges.