Well I happened to come across this site a little while back and fell in love with it. So I figured I'd actually join up and get all the wonderful community feel that this place has to offer.
I haven't beaded in about 20 years. Even when I had it was just a few simple loom works when I was like 12, lol. It's only been recently that I have really began getting back into it. I've even started branching out into other bead work off the loom. It's been a fun and enlightening experience and I look forward to sharing it here.
Hello Chy, and welcome to the site. There's some awesome people here. I read your other post and I've no idea how to fix such a thing. When I've an issue on an early row, I just start all over where I'm at, then when I'm done I take out those rows up to where the error occured. If I'm too far into a piece, I never know what to do, so it tends to get tossed into the dis-assmle pile. If theres a way to deal with your problem, someone here will probably answer at some point. Most folks here are just great at helping and making suggestions.
Thanks so much for the welcome TCWhit! I am really excited about 'meeting' all the wonderful people here. From what little I've seen so far there are a lot of great people and talented beaders to get to know.
I'm with you on the trying to repair things. Sometimes I just don't know what to do and it just seems easier to simply scrap it and move on. I don't like doing that, as I've often spent a bit of time on a project, but when you're at a loss, you're at a loss, lol. That's why I thought coming here and learning from those who may of had the same things happen would be helpful. Perhaps then I won't have so many projects that I don't know what to do with.