Ten rows later, I was able to prove to myself, I was twisted.
I took it to The Knitting Room, looking for some emotional support while I attempted the crochet hook trick to untwist without unwinding.
I dropped down the connecting stitch, down all ten rows. I imagined the shawl would come apart and I'd re-attach it untwisted. Well, it didn't. Still didn't want to start over, I turn the twisted side over, made the dropped stitch into a big butterfly, picked up an extra stitch on the next row, and called it a day.
|Turned and re-attached with an extra stitch|
A few more rows later, the "twist" site doesn't look too bad. I may have to do something about it later, but for now I can live with this.
Or am I just fooling myself?
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