I'm making the hooded tunic from Knitting Pure and Simple (a neck down sweater done in the round). I am increasing every other round and getting very near where I will put the arm stitches on waste yarn. Here is my problem: I must have missed an increase here and there and now have 4 more stitches on one arm side than another. my thought is to add the missing stitches over the next several rows so when I put the sleave stitches on waste yarn there will be an equal # of stitches. Because I don't want to mess with the raglan lines (did I describe that correctly??!), I thought I would add in the missing stitches in an area where I'm not already increasing.
I'd have to frog a lot of the sweater to go back and find where I missed the stitches, and I'm hoping this fix will work. The sweater is for me -- my first adult size sweater -- and I'm more interested in actually finishing it than it being perfect. However, I want it to be wearable when I'm done!
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"Pinup Queen" by Annie Modesitt from Stitch N Bitch
Absolutely just add the stitches. You could even add two to one side and subtract two from the other. However you want to do it. I think it would be a waste of time to frog for that. Nobody will ever notice.
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