When I was learning to make omelets in my high school cooking class our teacher shared a great secret with us. If you mess up you just change the omelet into scrambled eggs and no one knows that great scrambled eggs weren't your original intent. (Okay maybe this isn't a great secret but my cooking skills don't go much further than great scrambled eggs.)
I'm not sure that my Omelet shawl will be as easy to save if I mess it up. I'm struggling with my rows continuously being one or two stitches off. The stitch isn't in the logical place for it to be and it creates more problems when I frog so I've just been adding or decreasing at the end of each section as needed. Maybe not the best solution, but so far it's working.
I have 13 rows left of chart B and then I move on to the next chart. I'm hoping that since charts C-E are each knit once the rest of it will go pretty quickly. I have a month and a half to finish this shawl and am really starting to feel the time crunch. (I know, I have a twisted sense of deadlines. This is also why when this shawl is finished I'm casting on Christmas presents.)