Ok, I’m a dope. Decided to handle the underarm of the sweater I’m knitting for my husband before I finished my coffee this morning. Yay - one under arm done. Kitchener before 9am! Sadly, I did it with the right sides together, so that the “seam” is on the outside. (Not sure what I’d call that, but you know what I mean.)
Leave it as is, and do the second arm the same for consistency. It’s really bulky alafoss lopi, and you won’t be able to see it when it’s worn. Hey, I could call it a feature of the pattern! Pretty sure the wearer won’t notice, if I don’t tell him. The maker will remember for the rest of time.
Do the second under arm the right way, and live with the inconsistency. Possible the wearer will notice. The maker will remember for the rest of time.
Try and take it out. I’ve not attempted this before and worry I might mess things up. The wearer may enjoy my grousing about this… The maker will be annoyed.
Thoughts, helpful knitters?
TIA - Deana