I have a twist in a project that I am doing on a circular needle. Is there a way to fix it without unraveling the project?
If it’s any consolation, we’ve all done this and continue to do this more times than I’d like.
You can repair it on the first round but not after that. The only thing to do is rip out and start again making extra sure there’s not a twist this time.
It helps to knit a few row back and forth before joining in the round. It’s easier to see the knitting and untwist. You can use the yarn tail to seam up these few rows.
Ugh, that’s the worst. I did this last year and just ripped it out which is what I suggest. Then cast on knit a few rows then join so you can see which end is up. At the end you can use the tail to seam that little bit.