Sorry, that title kind of sucks. I couldn’t figure out a concise way to ask:
I am making the Scrunchable Scarf and I just noticed I made a couple of errors about a million rows back. The pattern is so simple, I don’t know how I could have messed up. It’s just knit, knit, purl on both sides, giving a column of knit stitches, a column of purl stitches, and a column of seed stitch.
I have 3 errant knit stitches that should have been purled, which are located 42 rows below where I am now. And one purl stitch that should have been knitted (well I guess that’s all depending on which side is up, but you get the gist) that is about 100 rows down. AAAAAAGH.
I am the type that usually fixes errors instead of leaving them but I am loathe to rip 12 inches of this scarf. It is a gift for my Dad, who may or may not even wear it, and may or may not notice. The errors didn’t jump out at me until now, and of course now they are glaring and bothering the crap out of me.
I’ve run down stitches a few rows before to fix them, but can you run something down 42 (or 100) rows? I am not even sure that is possible.
What do you guys think?