Kristin from our Customer Service team shared a simple, yet very useful tip with us!
When working on a sock or any knitting project on double pointed needles, there is always an extra needle leftover at the end of a row.
To keep this extra needle in place, and to keep the stitches from falling off the needles, try using your yarn to secure both ends of the needles.
1: Fold your project so the needles lay flat.
2: Then, lay your extra needle alongside the others.
3: Wrap your yarn around both ends of your double points.
This little trick will keep your extra needle together with the rest of your project, and secure it!
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