(Apologies if this is a duplicate post - it looks like my first post disappeared)
I’ve finished knitting on my Monochrome Pullover in Brooklyn Tweed Shelter, and there is some extra fabric at the yoke - I’ve exaggerated it a bit in the photos below so you can see clearly. If I tug the sweater down it smooths out. I’m not sure whether to rip back and shorten the yoke or wait and see after I block. On the one hand, it’s supposed to be a bit oversized, and I know from my swatch that the yarn will relax with blocking and it won’t be as body-skimming, so the yoke may hang correctly after blocking. On the other hand, I’m afraid the yarn won’t hold up to ripping back after blocking.