Working on Akimbo pattern,which starts out with a setup row & then two rows which are stitched over & over until 271 sts ending on RS row. Somehow I got off on my rows. I have correct number of sts but on wrong side. Increases are done with M1L & M1R. Can I simply knit this next row, no inc or dec, and then start again with row 1 pattern? If I'm thinking this through correctly this will keep the correct number of sts and put me on RS???? This is a fingering yarn so knitting rows are very small. I don't think it will be noticed. I have no idea how to tink back a make one. Knitting about 6 months.:
Yes, go ahead and skip the increases on one row then continue. After a few more rows you should see if it worked or not. If it doesn't, just remove the needles and rip back to the end of the row where you missed the right row. Then just undo that row stitch by stitch as you put them back on a needle (a smaller one is better). A m1 will come undone as you pull the yarn out of it, so you don't have anything to put on your needle when you do.