Hi there. I love this site and have referenced it often. I am just finishing a GIGANTIC tote bag that I am planning to felt tonight. The problem is, I just noticed that I have a sort of hole that appears to be a knit stich that spans two rows. I thought I had carefully checked for mistakes before casting off, but I must have missed this one.
the funny thing is, I have just started my first circular double-pointed needle knitting project (mittens) and have been very frustrated by the same problem. Somehow I am making a (knit) stitch that is giant – and not just a loose stitch, because when inspected it seems to be 2x as long as it should be – the best way I can describe it is to say that it spans two rows. Can I sort of ladder it up with a crochet hook? How am I producing this repeatedly? If I can’t fix it, I am not too concerned as I am going to felt it quite a bit and it will probably disappear. But I would really like to know what to watch for when I am knitting.