Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Two Stitches Too Short

I am still on the SKB yoke. I just counted my stiches and it appears I will be two stitches short after completing the repeats (I just finished repeat #4 and have 2 to go). I'm supposed to have 288 stitches, but will have 286. Is there anyway I can increase two extra stitches somewhere so I don't have to frog back to the beginning? If so, where and how? I'm sure I missed some increases early on and would really appreciate any help you can throw my way. Thanks!

3 comments:

Bettina said...

Please calculate if the stitches are missing on the front or the back. Then, whereever they are missing, just add them in a row that has no repeats the same way that you add your normal increases.

Hope that works.

jarubaknits said...

Thanks so much, bettina! I found the missing stitch and will adjust accordingly.

Christine said...

Yes! PLEASE don't frog it back to the beginning. There's almost never a reason to do that! I'd use the make one way of increasing as it's less obvious.