This row of picked up stitches caused me a bit of grief. I picked them up in a hurry and half way along the row I started picking them up half a stitch in from the original line. It was a tiny mistake, no one except me would probably ever notice it but it was irritating me.
So I dropped each stitch individually and then wove them back up coming from the correct place using a crochet hook. Very useful technique to learn, I originally read about it in my "Stitch and Bitch" book but it's one I've used many times over the years! It's a bit trickier with stitch patterns instead of plain stockinette but nearly always worth giving a go rather than frogging back several rows.
Of course the best idea is not to make any mistakes in the first place ;-) Sometimes little helpers can make that a bit harder though!
Linking up with other WIPW posts on Tami's Amis :-) Happy crafting!