Let me see if I can make this explanation as clear and short as possible. I'm working on a sweater. There's a section of short rows that makes a rounded edge from the back of the sweater up the front. I've got it all done, shoulders sewn together, tried it on for fun, and I realize one side sorta pooks out a little more than it should. On looking more closely at this one side I realize I did 6 repeats of the short rows instead of 5. As luck would have it, I actually ran out of yarn at almost the end of one repeat. Is there any way for me to rip out that extra repeat? But how will I get the two pieces together again? I won't be working over straight stockinette - it's a cabled pattern and a garter stitch edge. This unfortunate mistake happened in the middle of the piece, so my only other options, it seems, are to frog back to the mistake - which would really bum me out - or grow larger hips - which would really bum me out too.