If you’re knitting some cables or lace or colorwork – or if you’re a beginner knitter – you’re familiar with ripping out your work because somehow it doesn’t look like what it’s supposed to look like.

While I think ripping out your work can be therapeutic at times, and while it can certainly help you learn to focus, it can also be wildly frustrating.

Here’s a simple way to insert a lifeline into your work when you’re knitting so that you can save your spot if you do have to rip it out.

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