I was cabling along, minding my own business, when to my surprise I discovered a cable that meandered in the wrong direction about five (yes that is 5) rows back. Ok, I have frogged 5 rows of multiple cables before. I can handle this. Take a sip of tea and breathe.
There must be another way to fix this, right? I can't be the first person to cross a cable in the wrong direction. This wasn't even the first time I had done it on this project! Fortunately, I had caught the other misdirected cable crossing after just one row.
Google is my friend. Google will guide me to what I need to know. So, I type in "fix a cable" and after I get a multitude of sites for fixing tv, dvr and computer cables, I realize that perhaps knitting should be mentioned in the search somewhere. Google: fix knitted cable. Okay, lots of results: videos-part 1 & 2, more videos, how-to, ...Yarn Harlot! My knitting hero has help for me!
I will not try to rewrite what she has so perfectly demonstrated and explained with humor and finesse. I will just tell you it works like a charm! I am back to working my project, cabling along, minding my own business. Take a sip of tea and breathe....