A friend gave me a scarf kit with 6 different skeins of yarn. You cut 3-yard lengths of each one, tie them together and knit.
I just finished the last type and find that the first two rows stick out like a sore thumb. How can I remove them without ripping out the other rows? Thanks for your help.
this is totally do-able since it is only a couple of rows.... undo or cut the beginning knot and then unravel from that end.... when you get to the end of the first row it will be inside a loop...just pull the string thru that loop and then unravel the next row, repeating at each end till you get to the end of the ones you want to remove. when you get the last row removed, slip a needle into the live stitches and knit the opposite way for a row or two with another yarn that you like and then bind off... you have the opportunity to lengthen as much as you like ...