I’m knitting the 2nd sideways sock (knit longways on US2s, kitchener at the end, then do toe). After decreasing the seed stitch heel portion by half (28 stitches down to 14), I was supposed to work in plain stockinette for 48 rows. I didn’t. Instead, I continued the seed stitch heel.
I think I have 3 options and wonder what’s the best:
- rip out the last 48 rows and re-knit,
- rip just the seed stitch portion and try to re-knit those 14 stitches in stockinette–a lot of loose strands that way, and will it really work? could I use a crochet hook and just do a column of stitches at a time? or
- continue as established and have non-matching socks, but how will seed stitch wear across the ankle?
Make sense? Help!