I finally bit the bullet and decided to fix the neck edging on my HeartBeat sweater so that if I wanted to ever wear it (highly doubtful now, because I am thoroughly sick of looking at it) I could.When last we saw this sweater it had a neckline that was still too wide -- despite having four complete repeats of the neckline edging. I wasn't keen on the look of that many repeats, to me it looked more like a yoke than an edging, but in for a penny...I undid the bound off edge and put it back on the needles for a final (fifth) repeat. This time around instead of doing just one decrease round (out of a four row repeat) I did two decrease rounds. The thought occurred to me that if I had done that from the beginning I might not have had to do so many repeats, but I firmly pushed it out of my mind before I got too depressed to continue. And here's the end result -- Yeah, I know, it's on the dress form, not me -- what can I say, I was having a bad body day. I think though, that it is apparent that the neckline is now smaller. I could (hypothetically) wear it without exposing that which I do not care to expose -- even if I were to actually move about. So, stick a fork in it or drive a stake through it, but it is done. I did learn some things from the experience, so it's not a total loss. I would have preferred to have a wearable top to learning stuff, but hey -- we take our victories where we can.