Fix Bernat Blanket-ez Stitches Tutorial

Fix Bernat Blanket-ez Stitches Tutorial

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Bernat EZ Ways to Fix Mistakes

Bernat EZ Ways to Fix Mistakes

How To Fix Bernat Alize Blanket EZ Stitches

As mentioned in the preview video, this yarn is double the thickness of regular Bernat Blanket yarn. This extra thickness is key for the success of this product because the loops hold inside each other as you knit. The extra thickness of the yarn provides the friction needed so the loops don’t easily fall out. Of course, if you have to pull out, you can simply tug on the working strand and to pull out.

Unfortunately, if you drop or skip a loop by accident, I’m sorry, you will need to pull out the strand and finger up the stitches once again.

If you look at your project and you know you haven’t dropped a loop, you can simply undo the immediate area vertical to where the mistake is. The tutorial demonstrates that. Even for complex stitches, you can undo the immediate area without risk of the rest of your stitches falling out. Simply undo, twist or correct the error and finger knit it back up to the top.

So if you see an error and haven’t dropped loop, this is an easy fix without a lot of time to redo major sections of your project.

Where to Find Bernat Alize Blanket EZ

Bernat Alize Blanket EZ is available at all participating JOANN Fabrics & Crafts stores across the USA. This yarn will be available on JOANN.com. Keep in mind, that JOANN only ships to the United States. Click here to Find A Store Near You. See JOANN’s website for more information on store hours and terms of service for online ordering and shipping.

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9 thoughts on “Fix Bernat Blanket-ez Stitches Tutorial”

  1. Tracy says:

    Hello
    I joined another ball of the yarn and now it looks as if I have two different looks/pattern to my afghan. Is there something I can do to remedy this? I tried to attach a photo but it’s not an option.

    1. Marina King says:

      Is it a solid colour or variegated? Part of it could be a change in your tension. If the dye lots are slightly different there isn’t a huge amount you can do to fix that, if the tension is off you can either frog if it’s bothering you (I’m the queen of frogging I swear) or continue with it to see how it turns out.

      1. Tracy says:

        Hello Marina

        Thank you for replying. It’s a verigated yarn. It’s the Thistle Alize EZ. I checked the dye lots and numbers and they are identical. The tension is the same from what I can tell as there isn’t much wiggle room to have different tension. I wish I could post a photo here. I’ll likely remove it. Thanks.

      2. Marina King says:

        ah yes, that is the joy and downfall with variegated, they’re a lot like snowflakes no two balls are often the same, you can try using from the opposite end that you started with sometimes that works. personally I usually leave it I find it gives that project character. good luck!

  2. Suzy says:

    If I forgot to leave a tail at the beginning- is there a way to fix this or start all over? Thanks

    1. Mikey says:

      Can you try tucking in the left over piece into your work?

      1. Suzy says:

        It’s just a nub but will it come apart without securing? Thanks for your help!

      2. Mikey says:

        It should stay intact but I cannot guarantee that, of course.

  3. Linda says:

    Thank you for showing us how to finger knit. I can follow you better than anyone else. I appreciate you.

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