I finished a whole sock. Cuff down. Looks great. Started second sock, got to the heel and realized that I didn't do enough heel rows on the first sock. I'm using real sock yarn instead of worsted weight so I was pretty excitable and anxious to get it done and misread my hash marks and instead of 32 rows I only did, like, 17. :doh:
So, I thought I'd finish the sock I'm working on, which is done correctly, and then frog the first sock back to just before the heel and start over. I watched Amy's video about inserting the needle into your destination row before frogging which was a big help but I'm nervous about doing it.
Has anyone done this with a sock? I use dpns by the way and don't have a cable needle with size 3 points so I can't put the stitches on a cable needle. Am I whistling Dixie to try this?