Techniques

Tension Issues – Rowing Out

Today I continue the series on tension issues, and focus on rowing out.

Rowing out is very similar to guttering, but it only happens at one edge or the other (or both!) instead of all the way across the row.

Here is a video explaining why this happens, and some ways to try to improve the issue:

I hope this is helpful! Next week we’ll talk about another tension issue – enlarged knit stitches on the left in ribbing and cables.
Until next time, Happy Knitting!

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