Ok. So I know that I responded to this already, but I really want to try to explain what this did.
This was a very interesting way to work this out. I didn’t bother to frog the entire thing just to change a line in the beginning, however I used the technique on the other side when I went back to ribbing from the stockinette.
So essentially what this ended up looking like is almost a slide into the RS knits and the RS purls don’t look out of place. I’ve attached two pictures. In the first picture you’ll see how its very obvious that the ribbing has stopped and the stockinette has begun. In the second picture though, you can see that it almost slides from the stockinette back to the ribbing.
Blah. I hate it when words are failing me. The pictures aren’t the greatest, so its hard to see the difference, but when I look at them on the actual cowl its a really noticeable difference. One that I like btw.