I sat knitting on my Aeolian yesterday, and I suddenly realised: I've done ALL of my double decreases wrong! I had read wrong in the pattern, and instead of doing a "slip one, knit 2 together, pass the slipped stitch over" decrease that the pattern told me to do, I had made a "slip two together as if to knit them together, knit 1 tbl, pass the slipped stitches over". It's not a big difference between the decreases, but the difference is visible. Also, I'm pretty sure that I've managed to not knit some of those stitches tbl too.
So now I'm thinking: Should I frog it and start over? If I do that, I can start it on January 1st and include it in my 10 shawls in 2010. I'm a bit worried about frogging witht his yarn though, as the cahmere has a tendency to be a bit sticky, and I'm afraid I would inadvertently break the yarn. On the other hand I really want to make this shawl perfect, and if I leave it as it is I'll always know that there are mistakes... I'm also inclined to frog it because I don't know if I can finish it before New Year's, and I don't want to have to put it on ice due to the other ten shawls I'm going to have to knit next year. And if I frog it I can focus more on the Moose mittens too.
So what do you think I should do?! Any advice is welcome!