I am makin some last minute socks for my grandad following Silvers sock tutorial and Rowan handspun 4 ply.
all was going well, i was aproaching inch 7 of the ankle when the yarn snapped. problem was im not talking about my working yarn (thats happened twice now and i've dealt with it ok minus some screaming and ranting).
this time the yarn has snapped on the stitches i was about to work which where on the left needle. I put the right needle in to do a knit stitch and SNAP the loop broke and the remaining stitches on the left needle have now unravelled down to the row before and i am left with broken yarn flappng around on the row BENEATH the row im working on. how do i fix this. Will i have to frog back to that row, rejoin the yarn and continue. i've never gotten the hang of picking up stitches after i've frogged and i don't want to frog the whole thing (again).
help help help help help help help help help (sorry just a bit of mild knitting anxiety)
i'm calm now. honest. but any suggestions or tips?