So I’m working on an afghan, and its been coming along pretty well. Albeit slowly. Size 15 needles, double stranded baby acrylic yarn. A very simple knit so many, pearl so many pattern to make blocks.
I’m near the end of my second row of blocks. And discovered that at one end of the blanket, I have 24 rows. In the middle, 22. At the end, 20. The first set (row) of blocks is fine.
I’m guessing that getting my eight hours of sleep spread out over three nights is not helping my knitting, and that at some point I obliviously picked it up and started knitting the wrong direction. Twice.
I’m at the “short” end now. Can I just knit back to the “right” end? I’d have to knit back to the point where the count is right, and wrap and go back the way I came. And then do it again. Right? Knit in the pattern until I go through the block with 22 stitches, which would even up that end. Knitting into that block would give it 23, and out again would give it 24.
That would give the blocks with 20 rows, 22 rows. Then I’d have to knit back through those blocks with 22 rows, which going in would give those blocks 23, and out again would be 24.
And then I’d end up at the same end I’m on now, with 24 rows in each block.
Or am I better off frogging? :think: