How to undo stitches in the round
Everyone makes mistakes and luckily, crochet is very forgiving. Maybe you've forgotten where you're at in a pattern, or the number of stitches in the round doesn't match the pattern, or you simply think your crochet piece could look better. Whatever the reason, it's very easy to undo crochet stitches, and if you use a stitch marker to mark your rounds, it's also easy to troubleshoot as well. The tutorial below shows you how to safely undo your stitches so that you always know where you are.
How to undo crochet stitches(step-by-step with photos)
When you first feel a stitch coming undone, you’ll probably be left with at least two loops. This means you haven’t undone the whole stitch yet! Keep pulling until you only have one loop left. That loop should come out of the stitch you want to keep.