I’m making the Morning Surf Scarf, which I guess is a lace pattern? Lots of yo’s that are dropped between rows of knitting. My problem is I’ve dropped some stiches somehow at the end of a row, and I don’t know how to get them back on the needles properly.
Here’s the drop stich row directions:
*k1, yo2times, k1, yo3times, k1, yo4times, k1, yo3times, k1, yo2times, k5. Repeat from * to last 6sts, k1, [B]yo2t, k1, yo3t, k1, yo4t, k1, yo3t, k1, yo2t, k1.[/B]
The following row (the row I’m currently doing) is knit across, dropping the extra yo loops.
I got all the way to the end of this knit/drop row, then somehow dropped sts. Here’s the mess I have on my needles at the moment:
The last st on my needle is the end of 6 sts knit in a row. Then I have 2 sts I rescued sitting on a crochet hook (blue sts). Then I have 3 loops in la-la-land, and long loop connecting the sts on the needle to the la-la-land loops
The sts I need to pick up are the bolded ones in the pattern above. Is it possible to pick them up again? I really don’t want to rip out the two rows if I can help it, I’m scared I’ll mess up putting a row back on my needles and end up having to frog it all. I know it’s not much done so far (only 24 rows), but it took me forever to figure out all these yo’s and get this far already :wall: