I searched the site for an answer to this question, but only found the one on grafting, which isn’t what I need.
Question: I am just a few rows away from finishing a most beautiful scarf. The only problem is that the first 15-20 rows need to be ripped out. I’m talking about the rows on the finished end, not the live stitch end.
Can this be done?
If so, I’d like to either rip those stitches out, “bind off” and be done…OR pick up the live stitches and knit in the opposite direction. The scarf is composed of hundreds of hand-tied yarns in multiple colors, so I’m not worried about the ripping back and re-knitting part showing up as a mistake.
Can someone help me??
Thanks so much!