What does this mean

What does it mean continue straight until 16 rows less have been worked on back

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Apr 04, 2021
what does this mean?
by: Ratchadawan

It means you keep working until you have 16 rows less that the work you've done previously. For example, you just finished your front piece, and it has 200 rows total. Now you're working on the back piece. You want to work only 184 rows on the back because this is at the point where you have 16 rows less than the front.

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