I'm working on a hilarious sweater pattern, and I got so eager to watch the colourwork develop that I completely forgot to do the side shaping. Unfortunately this meant I had to pull back 5 rows. Not too bad, but it's a long way around and it made me sad. To make things easier, I figured out how to insert my circular needle into the row I had to rip back to, and I thought I'd share!
Oh but, sorry for the shoddy pictures...
|Identify the row you need to rip back to.|
|Insert the needle under the right side loop of each stitch.|
|Be careful to stay along the same row. It's easy to shift to next row if you're not watching properly.|
|Work all the way around. If you're working in the round, remember that you're spiralling upward!|
|Pull back the yarn... (please excuse my messy messy livingroom)|
|...until all the stitches are active on your needles!|
|And then good luck detangling all the yarn you just ripped back.|