Originally Posted by LadyFirelyght
What I would do is to undo the cast-on edge and ravel back from there. Just work any cuff up like you were doing a toe-up.
Let me get this straight-
Unravel then bind off the top leg, undo the toe back to the toe decreases, work more of the foot, put the toe decreases in the right spot for me then join the yarn that I had unraveled from the top of the cuff to finish the foot? OR unravel the leg & heel back past the heel decreases then work a longer foot going toe up (which I have never done)
I never thought of that. Actually I would have to rework the ribbing at the top if I unraveled too much. Still way less work than reknitting the whole heel flap down.
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