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Old 04-15-2013, 02:25 PM   #1
ruefulkitten89
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Massive Error reading Pattern
Hi, first post so here goes. I am really stuck so hope someone is able to help me! I am knitting a fair-isle pattern jumper (the pattern is one that was printed in The Killing Handbook), I have already knitted the back section and the sleeves, and after planning for the front I found that I've completely screwed up on the back section. I've added far too many rows between two pattern sections (I should have 37 but I have 53) meaning I need to get rid of 16 rows. Is there any way of doing this without taking apart the full piece? I could always redo the front to match the back but when it comes to blocking I fear it'll all just turn out wrong so I think I should edit my mistake. Hope someone knows! Thanks.
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