I am very lucky to be surrounded by talented makers here in the design studio. Whenever I am at a loss for a how-to video idea they jump to my help. ( Thank you, guys! ) Alison suggested a technique to help fix a mistake you find a few rows after you twist a cable the wrong way. I’ve made this mistake plenty of times, so I was eager to learn how! The technique involves isolating the stitches that are involved with that cable and dropping those stitches down to where the mistake occurred. This works best when the mistake has happened relatively recently in your knitting.
Follow along as I demonstrated dropping stitches to fix the mistake in my cable.
I hope this helps you in various cable patterns you are knitting. I know I am excited to know this time-saving technique!