I don't know how I did it, but I am knitting along on my lace pattern, and the k3 p3 from the row below has turned into k2 p4, PANIC!!! started to rip it out and go back to my lifeline (16 rows below where I am working since I figured I haven't needed it yet, why should I need it now?) when I remember how to pick up dropped stitches, that the knit is just the opposite of the purl, so why can't I use a crochet hook to reverse the stitch? so I dropped down to the row before, took that stitch off the needle and flipped it around, way better than reworking 16 rows! I am so glad I am a spatial learner!
I made an airplane out of stone, I always did like staying at home- Silverstein