Will frogging ruin the yarn? I've started a stockinette scarf that's curling really badly. I had no idea stockinette did that 'til I read the forums here. I'm only 1/4 to 1/3 of the way through, so I'm considering frogging it and starting it over as a garter scarf instead. I'm using good quality merino wool and am making it for my toddler (it's a child-sized scarf). I read that blocking it could straighten it out once done, but I'm afraid it's curling so badly that it will never straighten completely. I wish the video I'm watching had warned me of that!
If I do start over, how many stitches would one suggest casting on for a child's scarf? The video didn't make any suggestions (I have the Nicy Mcnally DVD), and the password to obtain her related patterns won't work. I have Llamajama 1855 yarn, which is a think-and-thin yarn, and they said use a size 10 needle (it's roughly a heavy worsted-to-chunky weight). I have 2 skeins for a total of 184 yards of yarn.
Thanks for the help!