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Old 07-09-2013, 02:06 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by Ingrid View Post
I think you'll be much happier with a frogged/reknit section than with a repaired spot, especially if you're not sure what to do. By the time you get all the stitches back in place by repairing them, you could be finished reknitting that section. Just my opinion.
I share this opinion. I've been there, done that, I've spent too much time trying to fix it only to frog anyhow. *sigh* Still, I learned things along the way, one of which is that sometimes it's better just to frog and get it over with. I've fixed things and gone on only to realize I couldn't just leave it and frogged the additional rows as well. Some patterns and yarns help hide mistakes better than others. Check out using lifelines, they can help when you do have to frog.
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