I know this is old hat to most of you guys, but I just did something in my knitting that I have never done before and I feel like celebrating. lol. I am knitting a waistcoat with a lot of cabling. It is knit in one piece so there are a lot of stitches in the row. I noticed the other night that smack in the middle of the back I had neglected to make a cable crossing. Just missed it entirely. I was going to leave it, but then it began to nag at me even though I knew that almost no one would notice but me. A woman friend who is an accomplished knitter offered to fix it for me, but it would have to wait for next week. So I set it aside. Finally today I decided to have a go at it myself. Terrified. Sure I would ruin it all. But sensing that, like cod-liver-oil, it would be good for me, I searced online and found some instructions on my problem from the Yarn Harlot.
So screwing up my courage I isolated the six stitch column and worked my way down 8 rows to the mistake. The upshot of it is, some time later, all was fixed and I was amazed with myself. I think I need to celebrate, but you guys are the only ones who would understand my sense of accomplishment, so I am telling you. lol. Thanks.