I am still working on the TGV scarf but have not had time the last few days to update my progress. I hate it when real life gets in the way of my knitting. Progress has been moving along, although as I get more rows finished, it takes longer to finish a row.
Anyway, I had finally worked 7.5″ worth of garter stitch when I noticed I had dropped a stitch a number of rows back.
Looking at where the dropped stitch was and how many rows I would have to work through to fix it, I had two choices for fixing the dropped stitch. I could rip back to the dropped stitch, pick it up and then reknit the rows. Alternatively, I could just work the stitch up the finished rows. I decided on the latter option.
One word of warning…. Do not try to fix your knitting when you are tired and really should be going to sleep. I started working the stitch back in, using my trusty crochet hook, then realized I was too tired to continue. I had made a few bizarre mistakes. I ended up taking out the fix and redoing it the next day.
I finally fixed the woe-begone stitch. Once the scarf is blocked, any indication that the stitch was picked up and fixed, or even where it was.
I have only 6 rows to go before I increase for the ribbed portion.
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