so... am knitting Woven Shell from the Feb-April 2006 Cast On. It is a basketweave stitch pattern worked over 8 rows. All was going well on the back until somehow I managed to get a checkerboard pattern for two pattern repeats right after binding off 5 stitches at the beginning of 2 rows which begin the armhole shaping. The pattern then has you decrease 1 stitch each side on the RS rows 5 times. Unfortunately I didn't discover my pattern goof until I was about to reach the last rows of the back side (shoulder shaping and binding off for the neck). I watched Amy's video on working a needle through the work back where I want to frog to but I'm wondering how to handle working the needle through those decreased stitches. Does anyone have any words or techniqes of wisdom?]
I thought I was doing so well. Boo hoo.