So I am working on my very first cable project (a scarf). I messed up 2 rows about 4 rows ago.
I'm not 100% sure on the mess up but it looks like I knit/purled a row when I should have purled/knit.
I also have 2 different cable rows and I think I might have done the wrong one.
So, I want to back things out. I am not good at just ripping things out and then getting it back onto the needles. I always seem to drop the stitches and can't find the loops. So when I back out, I do it stitch by stitch.
I know how to back out a standard knit or purl. I can also tell them apart (normally) to be able to back it out the right way. But I have no idea how to back out a cable. I need help. I know it must be getting the stitches back onto the cable needle but I want confirmation on how. And also if you back out a front cable different from a back one?