It was scary! I teased that I felt like I should put a cloth around the area to keep it sterile. As I picked out the cut strands, I captured any live stitches and put them on needles.
bunting. I was able to count off the stitches that belonged to the sleeve and separate them from the front stitches.
On a lighter note, Lois' Seaweed Scarf.Linen Scarf. Since she had more than enough yarn left (and it was still shy of the 5" mark) we gently encouraged her to knit another repeat of the color sequence.
This class has been so popular at Westport Yarns that I have added a third class. There are still a couple of spaces available in the August Linen Stitch Class.
Linda shared one of her epiphanies with us. Not only are we great knitters and great philosophers, we are great mathmaticians as well. This enlightenment came after calculating the yardage of her main color yarn and maximizing what little she had left.