Frogging on a round loom... did I ruin this?

I’m knitting a tube scarf on a round loom for the first time, and I got almost all the way finished last night when I dropped a stitch and made a hole in the scarf. When I’ve knitted with needles, you simply frog back to before the mistake and slip the stitches back on your needle and keep going, so I tried to do that with my round loom…

Ugh. Slipping the stitches back on the loom has been impossible, because a loom pulls it so tight, it’s pulling out the other stitches with every loop I put back on :frowning: did I destroy my whole scarf, or is there a technique to getting my scarf back on the loom?

Please help! I would do just about anything to not have to start over.