I can finally say there is one HUGE advantage to knitting with round needles, you don't pick up the wrong one when you go out the door to work on your CAL in the car!
OMG! I had two rounds left to go and thought, hey, I can get these done in the time it takes to go across the mountain and back home again (while my husband drives of coarse), so I did not notice I had grabbed the wrong hook. In fact, I did not notice even after I brought it home and cut the 12 " length. Nope, silly me, it wasn't until I put the motif on the pile that I first thought to myself, I must crochet tight when in a moving vehicle! Then my ah ha moment arose when I sat to make another motif and grabbed my hook.
Ugh, it is actually a whole inch smaller just from doing the last 2 rounds with the wrong hook.
I would have to join a new ball on in order to fix it, or do I try and block it out to the correct size?
What would you do?
Honestly, I would just frog them and start over with the correct hook.