When ripping back, does it matter what kind of stitches they are? I mean, is a purl stitch ripped back the same way as with a knit stitch (including yarn overs and such)? And I’m assuming if a slipped stitch is in the row, there’s no “ripping” to be done but just transferring the slipped stitch back to the other needle in pattern?
Is ribbing the most frustrating thing on the planet or am I just bonkers? I’m working on a scarf that is all single ribbing and I thought it would be an easy project because hey, I know how to knit and purl! K1, P1, rinse, lather, repeat until finished.
I’ve frogged the whole thing 3 different times now. Maybe it’s because my yarn is so dark that it’s hard to distinguish one stitch from another. Maybe it’s because I’m doing it while sitting on the couch with DH watching TV. Maybe I shouldn’t have thought I could teach myself to knit in the first place. :wall: