Okay, I've been working for months on "Rogue" by GirlFromAuntie (it won't let me put a link, as this is my first post here) and have made a dreadful mistake. Okay, let me explain this as best as I can. The top of the kangaroo pocket is knit-in when the body reaches the correct height. This is accomplished by knitting to the stitch where the pocket is to be joined on the body, then k2tog using one stitch from the pocket and one from the body until all the pocket stitches are used up, then continuing on the body. I was supposed to be working this at the largest size, which would have put the pocket join at 26 stitches from the cable panel. I momentarily lost my mind, and followed the instructions for the smallest
size, and started the pocket join at 17 stitches. Two months of knitting later, and I finally am working on the last few inches of the hood, and try it on. The pocket is sitting terribly crooked, and it's really obvious that it's not centered correctly.
I refuse to frog this. Seriously. I am not re-doing two months of knitting. Surely there has to be some way to pick up the stitches at the pocket join and fix this, right? I'm puzzling it out, and it seems like I should be able to do something like you do for an afterthought heel, and pick up the stitches for the top and bottom rows of the body, and the top row of the pocket so I can move it over. Does anyone have any tips or suggestions? Or am I just being stubborn, here?