I was doing a moss stitch for a hat, and knit a single stitch that I should have purled, and a single purl that I should have knitted.
This was one row ago, and I am now at those stitches again. Is there anyway I can mess around with the yarn and turn them into their opposites before knitting and purling the correct way on this row?
I don't want to take out a whole row (who does ) because I have a lot of cables and other difficult things to undo, but if I have to... I have to. Just wanted to check with the experts first.
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