Hey y’all. I started this great sweater: http://www.berroco.com/193/193_katie.html
and while I was working on the rib for the back, I left the instructions back at the house when I was working a long period of time. I made the rib (not thinking that it was different than “normal”) a 1-1/2" wide in k1,p1.
I finished the back, and this afternoon, while I was team teaching, I started the front. This time I did have the instructions and discovered with horror, the wonderful pattern has about 6" of the k1,p1 ribbing. Well, fiddle dee dee. I boo boo’d!
So - here’s me question, y’all: has anyone ever taken out -carefully - the ribbing and rippit up the equiviant of the 6" ribbing? In other words, backwards. . . and then redo the ribbing to 6"?
A great deal of angst hits in consideration of having to frog the entire thing! woof!
Mind a wee mite bit ‘o’ advise, y’all?
Knitgnat (the knitter who loves insects)