But there’s a problem.
Can you see it there in the green box? Hang on, I'll get you a close-up.
Yeah. On Monday night, I was cabling along and realized that I had a 9-stitch cable block instead of a 10-stitch block. I tried to find a dropped stitch and I couldn’t. So I made a new stitch in the cross of the cable, checked that it was absolutely invisible, and went along on my merry way.
Last night, while counting stitches to make sure I was ready to move on to the next set of decreases, I discovered, to my horror, that one of the 8-stitch non-cabled stockingette stripes was a 9-stitch stripe.
See it now? Yeah ... what should I do?
I guess that’s where the missing stitch went. Crap.
It’s on the back of the sweater. Armpit-close. I’ll never see it while I’m wearing the sweater. I have to check the whole way across to find the problem. It’s going to take me a really long time to re-knit what I’d have to rip. And laddering that stitch down to make it a purl is going to be way more noticeable.
I think I’m going to ignore it.
What do YOU think I should do?