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Knitting Hacks: Three Game-Changing Ways to Embrace the Stitch Saver

  Today, we're diving into the marvelous world of stitch saver. If you've ever found yourself struggling to transfer live stitches to a holder, or have been challenged by a provisional cast-on, then you're in for a treat. In this blog post, we'll explore the wonders of hollow rubber tubing (aka stitch saver) and discover three fantastic ways to use this handy tool. Say goodbye to the frustrations of knitting mishaps and hello to a smoother, more enjoyable knitting experience! It’s a big statement to say this humble tool changed my knitting life, BUT IT DID! What Is Stitch Saver?  Before we dive into the various ways to use stitch saver, let's take a moment to define it so you know what this game-changing tool is all about. Stitch saver (aka Barber Cord, Stitch Holder, Knit Extension Cord) is basically hollow rubber-tubing. It comes in a variety of sizes: I use 2mm cord the most as I tend to work on smaller gauge projects. I use 3mm when I’m working on Size 5 needl

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