|Can you see it? The white hole about 1/3 from the bottom|
in the center. It wasn't a dropped stitch --
but one where I had split the yarn.
The stitch was there -- but only by one
very fine and fragile thread
Now what? Tink it? Too many rows. Frog it? Too much knitting to rip out -- it's soooo painful. Drop it? Yup. That's the pathway to correction.
Left pic: I dropped all the stitches in the ladder down to the split stitch.
Right pic: Trusty crochet hook used to pick them up.
I think blocking will manage/correct any
irregularities that were created.
Otherwise, except for this detour, the project is proceeding. Here are some measurements at the turning point. After increasing every rs row to 88 st in the st st section, you proceed with decreases eors (every other right side) row so measurements are in order.
|22 inches at the change from increase to decrease. |
The crochet hook marks the spot.
The colors are magnificent and the yarn is yummy. Mini Mochi on a size US4.
Back on track. . . and without tinking OR frogging. Yea rah!