Chenille yarns have a tendency to "worm" their way out of stitches because of the way the yarn is constructed. It happens less frequently with crocheting. If you find the yarn is worming, try knitting at a very tight gauge. Sometimes it helps if you knit from the other end of the skein. Also, use stitches such as garter and seed stitch rather than stockinette stitch.
Modified on: Mon, Aug 27, 2018 at 2:36 PM
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