Remounting Stitches After Cast-off

How to get the Stitches Back on the Loom after Bind-off

 

Remounting Stitches

I got a comment on this page asking about how to remount stitches in order to correct a hat pattern that turned out too short. I didn’t have a hat to correct and I’m so short on time that when my project went south and needed to be remounted I decided to video the correction. This does make the process take longer but I had to take advantage the opportunity to help a fellow loomer out.

Again, I am so short on time that I made the decision to only video the process. It is not written out so I hope that the video is enough. Personally I’m a visual learner. Reading instructions gives me a bit of anxiety so for those of you that are like me, this is perfect. For those of you that need the process written out, well I do apologize.

The white balance is a bit off so the yarn is a little hard to see but you still should be able to capture enough to learn the technique. Plus, you can always leave your question about remounting stitches at the bottom of the page.

The Video: Remounting Stitches

Always watch the video completely before attempting any projects or techniques. To watch the video just click on the image above or Click HERE

There are other Loom Knit Fix Post on this Website and Videos on YouTube

Loose Loops: Click

Unravel Stitches:Click

Holes in Hat: Click

Loom Fix Videos: Click 

 

Supplies Used in Video

If you would to know what I used on the video, the links are below. If you’re looking for the Teddy Bear stitch markers they should be available at the Etsy store by Sunday 3/11 maybe even a bit sooner.

Loom: Knifty Knitter 24-peg

Yarn: Knit Pick

Stitch Marker in Etsy Store



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Comments: 3

  1. giri March 11, 2017 at 11:46 am

    Thank you for posting this. It is very useful.

  2. Cis March 11, 2017 at 10:06 am

    Wow, I needed this video about a month ago! Thanks for posting it as now I have a better idea of how to remount stitches. I had loomed a hat for son-in-law and it was too short. So I opened top and carefully put loops back on pegs. The contrasting ‘help’ yarn would have helped had I thought of it. Unfortunately, I could see where I had added rows to original hat, not sure why. But it’s just for hunting (Safety Orange yarn) so I won’t worry about it. 🙁
    Thanks for your great videos, Denise. Love your calm and soothing voice!

    • Denise Canela March 11, 2017 at 10:20 am

      Always happy to hear that my information is helpful. As for my voice – so funny – my husband constantly says I often sound tired on my videos – but really it’s more like relaxed.

      Thanks so much for the Positive Feedback Cis – I big time appreciate it !!!!

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