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Hello all!! 
 

I am currently working on a ripple patterned baby blanket. I was just about to finish row two and when I went to grab my last three sc’s I seemed to have pulled out one side of them. I now have 3 bumps for the 3 stitches left on the bottom and only 2 on the top. I put a picture below to help you see what I mean. 
 

Is there any way to fix this without pulling out my entire work? Please help! 


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Not sure what you mean by "3 bumps for the 3 stitches left on the bottom and only 2 on the top".  Are you saying that you do not have enough stitches from row 1 to work into in order to complete row 2?  If thats the case it is going to be better to start over.  Ripples can be challenging.  You have to really concentrate on counting stitches.  Sometimes I work a much shorter chain and  work a few rows to make sure the peaks and valleys are lining up and that edges are ok.   That way if I didnt get something right I dont have to pull out as many stitches 

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