Why is it called frogging?
Frogging gets its name from “Rip it, rip it,” which sounds like a frog’s croak.
What is a frog stitch?
At least that’s what I’ve come to believe. So what, pray, is the Frog Stitch? Simply put, it’s when you make a boo boo and have to RIPPIT, RIPPIT! For one reason or another, every quilter will have to rip out stitches at one point or another. That’s why the seam ripper was invented, right?
What do you call a person who knits?
Noun. 1. knitter – someone who makes garments (or fabrics) by intertwining yarn or thread. needleworker – someone who does work (as sewing or embroidery) with a needle.
Why is undoing called frogging?
In case you haven’t heard the term before, “frogging” a piece means to unravel it and undo your stitches. The name comes from the fact that you have to “rip it, rip it” all out.
What does Pat Across mean in crochet?
For example, if you’re working with a stitch pattern where the stitches that make up up the pattern are worked over 5 stitches, and the instructions say “pat over next 20 sts” you’d work the 5 stitch repeat 4 times.
Should you wash yarn after frogging?
Soak in enough lukewarm water to completely cover the skeins. (You can add a little bit of soap if you feel it is needed; if you do, be sure to give the yarn a couple of good cool-water rinses after it has soaked.)
Do you need to wash yarn after frogging?
If you think the yarn needs washing, use a mild soap in the water. Once the water is ready, dunk your skein. Be careful not to agitate, gently push it down until it’s pully saturated and let it soak for a couple of hours. This will relax the kinks in the yarn that have been formed by the original stitching.