So, I’m working on this Guinea pig and I’m at the head, meaning every second row contains decreases, and since I’m working a four-color intarsia where the amount of stitches in a certain color needs to match up, I sometimes make an oopsie because there’s a bit to keep track of—this oopsie is one I didn’t catch in time.
Does anyone know a decently simple way to fix this, or is it just to let it be? I’m kind of scared of ripping back that far due to all the k2tog and SSK
Edit: Apparently my mark-up that I did on my phone didn’t go through; it’s on the top left of the picture
Can you drop just those stitches off of your needle, then knit them back up properly?
Fixing several rows back look at the chapters, the part you want starts at 10:03
Slightly longer example a little more explanation
Thank you! That’s exactly what I ended up doing It was scary intentionally dropping stitches for the first time, but it was surprisingly simple
Yay! You should get a solution button.
Oh I’m so glad it worked! It is a little scary the first time, but it gets easier… I was hoping to find the crochet hook method, because it’s what I do often, but I guess this is technically easier for a section of stitches