Yesterday we showed you how to pick up a slipped stitch within the body of your work. A dropped edge stitch can be pretty tricky to repair unless you understand the need for an extra loop. If you examine the slipped stitch, you will see that it is larger than one you would find in the middle of your work. This is because an edge stitch represents two rows, one one coming into the edge and then the row leaving it. To fix it, you need to bring the crochet hook in and loop through the bottom of the stitch above the dropped stitch. Once done bring the hook through the loop again, this time through the top of the stitch. Replace the stitch on the knitting needle, turn your work and complete the row.