I’ve got a problem… I’m int he middle of a project.

I’m using fair isle method with my skull scarf. I’ll try and write the out the best I can…

I missed a few white stitches in the previous round. I am now worked up to that stitch. Is there a way to fix that stitch (which is already knitted using the black yarn) and make it white?? Does that make sense??

You can try to use a crochet hook to repair it the way you would a dropped stitch. Get to the point where the incorrect stitch is the first stitch on your left needle. Put your hook in the black stitch below where you want the white one to be, inserting it from the front. Then hook on to the top white strand running across the back and pull it through and put it on your left needle. Knit away!