I've been poking around trying to find out what I did wrong to no avail, so I'm hoping that you all can give me some advice.
I'm making a basic hat (stockinette, on circular needles) and had to rip out a row. After I did this I noticed something strange.
When I completed the row, I was a row higher on the right needle than I was on my left. Somewhere along the line I went from knitting concentric circles to knitting a continuous spiral.
Since the yarn is variegated, it is really difficult to trace each row around, so I threaded a piece of yarn through a few rows down and, yep, the rows still do not match up.
So my questions are:
(1) What am I looking for mistake-wise that could have caused this?
(2) Can I even it out without ripping it all out?