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What is Frogging In Crochet?

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While crocheting is a relaxing and rewarding hobby, it can be frustrating when you realize you made a mistake. You may need to fix and redo a few stitches and sometimes your whole project.

Frogging refers to the act of ripping out stitches by pulling on the yarn to rework mistakes in your project.

But have you ever stopped to wonder why it’s called frogging? 

The story behind the term is said have originated in the knitting community.  The words “rip-it, rip-it”, referring of the sound that a frog makes.

The Origins of the Word Frogging in Crochet

Event though it can be disheartening, it is important to frog when needed. - Reclaims yarn.  - Fixes Mistakes. - Improves Result ++

Importance of Frogging or Ripping Out Crochet Project

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FIND MORE Details about frogging in crochet & how to rewind your yarn on the blog

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