Why is my knitting backwards?
The easiest fix, if the extra stitch was added within the last one to two rows, is to simply pull the extra stitches off your needle. … If you’re a perfectionist, and the offending extra stitch was recent, you can knit backward stitch by stitch, (called “tink”ing) to reach to the offending stitch.
How do you reverse all shaping in knitting?
The simplest way to reverse shaping is to simply shift all the shaping a single row. So if you were originally working the shaping on the RS rows, for the other front you will work it on the WS rows. For example, “Row 1: k24, k2tog; Row 2: p across” would simply become: “Row 1: k across; Row 2: p24, p2tog”.