If you click here
and scroll down to the "Fixing Mistakes" section, then click on the first video, "Correcting a stitch without unraveling rows" you will learn how to drop down to one mistake stitch and then re-knit back up to your current row without ripping everything out. If it's an accidental yarn over, and it's just a few rows, you may be able to drop your stitches down to the yarn over and un knit it. Then you'll have to do some tugging at your knitting to work in the extra yarn into your project, but it will probably work out just fine.
Mommy to two wonderful girls
"I don't have to conform to the vagaries of time and space, I'm a loony!" -Campbell Bain (David Tennant) 'Takin' Over the Asylum'
OTN: Cabled Sweater
, arm warmers, kids' clothes