How do I pick up a long lost loop

I am currently knitting a shawl called the ‘Flordia Wrap’ for my sister and I have noticed 2 errors that I have made.

1 is completely forgivable so far… and the dropped loop is the most major error I have going…

On the 3rd pattern repetition I had dropped a loop and didn’t notice. I only noticed once I started creating the 6th block of lace.

How do I complete the stitch without having to unravel and start over? I have already put in several hours of work into this and having to start over is a shame :pout:

Any help is greatly appreciated:

Pattern Information:

Pattern Location:
http://kkpatterns.blogspot.com/2007/04/florida-wrap.html.

Needles: Size 8 US

Yarn: Bernat Satin

Color: Black

Worsted Weight: 4

You can try to treat it just like any other dropped st, pick up the yarn between the sts above where it should be and pull through the sts. Though with that pattern, you may have got off enough to disrupt the st pattern and it may be better to just rip back to where it is.

Thank you.

That’s what I thought but was hoping there was a way to salvage.