Working a pattern where the first stitch of each row is slipped...and of course I see I forgot and worked that first stitch a few rows back! It's not horrendous looking so I'm not really willing to rip back completely. I'm just wondering if there is any way to go back after the fact and fix that?
There is but it may be more tedious than you'd like. (It's certainly more tedious than I would like.) There's thismethod. For me the "mess laid out neatly" step is never all that neat. Maybe if you pinned it out on a blocking board?
Maybe you tell me if it's worth it. You can see where the arrow is pointing to the funky stitch on the edge. It's along the buttonhole edge on a baby sweater.
I'd say, baby won't care! and leave it. I think. Or I would decide I had to frog and just do it. I really think I'd leave it.
I definitely go with "leave it". I'll frog just about anything but, not that. BTW, like that color!