See that leftward crossing cable to the left, four rows back? It should be rightward crossing. D'oh.
Luckily(?), I screw up like this all the time, so I have had lots of practice with fixing. I could tink back those four rows, but given that this is a top-down, heavily cabled sweater with set-in sleeves, all knit at the same time, there are MANY stitches on the needles and unknitting that much would be a bummer. I much prefer dropping down just the involved stitches, however many rows, and knitting them back up correctly. (Demo of this technique here: Part 1
and Part 2
.) It's a little fiddly, but much less so than the alternative.Woot! All better!Elapsed time: 11 minutes.
I wish all my knitting mistakes were so easily fixed.