Can I knit with frogged yarn?
I’ve knit many projects with frogged yarn before, and this has never happened to me, but I can think of no other explanation. … I ended up reskeining all of the balls of frogged yarn and giving them a good soak. I let them hang to dry, and they’re finally ready to be knit up again.
What does frogged mean in knitting?
My knitting colleagues know that I prefer to frog, meaning I take the knitting off the needles and pull the yarn, undoing rows of stitches at a time. Frogging gets its name from “Rip it, rip it,” which sounds like a frog’s croak.
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.)
Why is it called Phrogging?
Phrogging — pronounced “frogging” — is the act of a person secretly living in another person’s home. The term is thought to have originated from the metaphorical idea of people or “phrogs” leaping from home to home. The typical phrogger is someone with nowhere else to live.
What does Froging mean?
frogging. 1. Partial corruption of a text file or input stream by some bug or consistent glitch, as opposed to random events like line noise or media failures. Might occur, for example, if one bit of each incoming character on a tty were stuck, so that some characters were correct and others were not.
What does frog back mean in knitting?
In the world of knitting, the term “frogging” means to rip out rows of stitches to get back to where you made a mistake. (Try saying the words “rip it” out loud a few times and you’ll begin to understand the origins of its froggy name).