Okay, not really. But close.
So I’m making the Fiber Trends clogs. Let me tell you, row 2 was a real counting nightmare. ANWAY, so row 3, fine, row 4… When I started row 4, I accidently forgot to turn the work, and was, in effect, knitting “backwards.” It didn’t mess up the pattern because the rows up to this point and through row 7 are symmetrical. BUT, since I’m knitting flat on circular needles, I carried my working yarn around, so it looks like I sort of joined the round, but of course didn’t (since it was a mistake). See picture, below.
My question is, what do I do with that yarn inbetween the two ends? I’m afraid to cut it, because it’s not very long, and I’m worried that I won’t have enough to make a sturdy “weave in”. The stitches almost fit around the needle, but it’s kind of snug. And even though I’m afraid to cut it, eventually I’ll have to do SOMETHING with it. I really don’t want to rip it out, because there’s not technically a mistake in the row.