Search Below To Find Your Topic


Custom Search


I can't do the shoulder stitch of this pattern

Hello there,
I got a vest pattern but I got stuck on the middle of it
I can't knit the armhole
Here's the part of pattern about arm hole :
Armhole 1:
Next Row (RS): K6, SM, K9, BO 35 (35, 39, 39) sts, K 38 (58, 54, 54) sts, SM, K6.
Next Row (WS): K6, SM, P38 (58, 54, 54) sts.
Next Row (RS): K38 (58, 54, 54), SM, K6.
Repeat last two rows 1 (1, 2, 3) more time(s).
Next Row (WS Row) - K6, SM, P38 (58, 54, 54) sts. Cut Yarn.
Reattach yarn for shoulder sts.
Next Row (WS): P9, SM, K6.
Next Row (RS): K6, SM, K9.
Repeat last 2 rows 1 (1, 2, 3) more time(s).
Work 1 more (WS): P9, SM, K6.
Next Row (RS): K6, SM, K9, CO 35 (35, 39, 39) sts, K38 (58, 54, 54), SM, K6.
Now, I can't get what to to with the 38 stitches after reattching yarn for shoulder stitch
Thanks in advance

Comments for I can't do the shoulder stitch of this pattern

Average Rating starstarstarstarstar

Click here to add your own comments

Nov 05, 2020
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
shoulder stitch
by: Ratchadawan

Hi,

Thanks for the question. After cutting the yarn. Leave those 38 sts on the needle or a holder.

Attach yarn to another side of the armhole and work from a wrong side row and at the inner part, starting out with p9, sm , k6. Follow the pattern and work until you get to this row. Next Row (RS): K6, SM, K9, CO 35 (35, 39, 39) sts, K38 (58, 54, 54), SM, K6. This is when you will join the parts together. First you k6, sm, k9, then cast on 35 (or whichever your side is) and then knit those 38 sts on a stitch holder. You now have joined the piece and will continue on until you get to the next armhole.

Does this makes sense? I hope this helps.
Have fun knitting!

Ratcha

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Knitting Questions And Comments.



Search Below To Find Your Topic


Custom Search