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That's not exactly an "easy" fix. If your blanket has a "pattern" to it you will be one stitch short.

You have 2 options...increase by one stitch somewhere (by the edge would be best) and when you are finished simply use the tail of your starting yarn to help weave the extra loop to the wrong side of the blanket....or rip it out and start over.

Only you can weigh which option suits you better. Will you be happy with the "fix" or will ripping out and starting over, set you back too far?

Little mistakes are rarely visible to others, but they seem to be glaring to us. I'm really a bit of a perfectionist and would probably rip it out, curse a little and then when the item was finished I'd be glad that I did it. That's just me though!
 
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