I have been knitting a hat and am at the reducing part. I dont know what happened, but I have this weird gap. If I knit through it, it makes a hole. I dont understand what happened. It can’t get bigger so it doesn’t appear to be a dropped stitch
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It may be that you just need to tighten up a bit on the k2tog in the hat shaping. This gap may also lessen when you wash and lay the hat out to dry (or follow the yarn ballband instructions.)
I notice that the last decrease is out of place. It needs to shift one stitch to the right (the two yellow-marked column sts).
I had that happen, and when I frogged back, it turned out I had changed the direction of my knitting, creating a hole
Thank you for your responses. I really appreciate it! I will see what I can do I might also try to just find someone who can fix it for me, lol. I’m very new to knitting, and I want the hat to look really nice!
You don’t happen to live near Washington, DC do you?
Afraid not! Down in NC
Are you using double pointed needles or Knitting the hat flat? I ALWAY had a wide gap between needle changes until switched to using two circulars.
There are techniques to eliminate the stretch between needle tips.
I’m with @salmonmac about missing last two decreases where she marked them. I also noted the other decrease seems to have stopped several rows back.
I am also in NC. Big state though.