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Left front of a sweater

by Alexis Spallone
(Medway, MA USA)




Question If you are working on the left front of a baby sweater, and it tells you to knit the 28 stitches you still have on your needle that you were holding for the left front, then continue in stockinette stitch for five rows and end with a wrong side row, then change to a different color and work even until the armhole measures 2 inches, do you measure the 2 inches from the beginning of the first five rows, or the end of the five rows?

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Feb 18, 2018
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by: Ratchadawan

No problem, you can email me at;
ratchachambers@to-knit-knitting-stitches.com

Looking forward to seeing the pattern.

Ratcha

Feb 18, 2018
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Sweater Front
by: Anonymous

I don’t know how to add a picture to this website. If you give me your email address I can send you a picture of the pattern and directions.. Thanks for your help.

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Left front of a sweater armhole measurement
by: Ratchadawan

Hi Alexis,

I can't tell exactly where the armhole starts. I need more information. Is there anyway you can take a photo of the pattern that I can read and send it to me. I don't want to misinform you.

Thanks

Ratcha

Feb 16, 2018
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Sweater
by: Anonymous

It doesn’t say.

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Left front of a sweater armhole measurement
by: Ratchadawan

Hi Alexis,

Is the 28 sts you have now is at the beginning of the armhole? Is the armhole starting at the beginning of the first five stockinette st row or after that? If it is starting at the beginning of the first five row, then you should measure it from the beginning. If it is stating after that then measure it after.

Thank you for your question. Have a wonderful day!

Ratcha

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