I am using a fisherman's rib that is done on an even number of stitches. The first row is purled. The second and subsequent rows do thusly:
P1, K1b, ending P2.
Basically, I am knitting into the right leg of the stitch below and dropping the stitch on the needle off and letting it unravel.
So, far so, good. But midway down the row, a stitch will unravel down to the cast on.
Plus, if I am splitting a stitch I am having problems with crocheting it back up properly because we are unraveling every Kstitch in the current row on the needle. Some of the unraveled stitches make nice little decorative bumps, others jumps keep traveling down.
I have good guides to fixing mistakes, but I don't think I've seen examples of how to handle these kinds of mistakes.
Any help will be appreciated.