Fix a missed increase or decrease, rows later?
I know it's possible, but is a good idea? ....To run down the necessary stitches, work that missed increase or decrease, and then accomodate for the loose or tight stitches by re-distributing the yarn from adjacent stitches? (On every subsequent row.)
Has anyone done this successfully?
And is it worth the trouble?
I'll be covering the topic of fixing mistake stitches, and I want to know what to say about increases and decreases...
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