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hemaccredo 01-19-2006 05:06 PM

Help with sweater pattern?
 
I am diligently working on that sweater I am making for my nephew, and it was coming out cute, and then all of a sudden, bam. something was off.

So I started making a chart. I figure, I must have dropped a stitch somewhere, but if I have a chart, it will at least be easier to read the darn pattern.

except, what the monkey is yoking? It's right at the end. So confused!


Next row, knit all sts to neck opening, cast on 4 sts, join as one piece again and continue knitting on other side. Work 6 rows garter st. then 6 rows keeping Garter st at ends and yoke 32 (36, 38)sts , and center sts in st st. Continue in this manner working to correspond to other side, BINDING off 25 (29, 33) sts instead of casting on. 32 (36, 38 sts). Work garter st for 6 , (7, 7 ) Bind off.

nessa s 01-19-2006 05:13 PM

The yoke is basically the neckline. What you will want to do is a garter stitch at the beginning of the row, then however many stitches prior to the neck opening and after the neck opening and at the end of the row. The rest of the row is knitted in stockinette stitch. Is this the pattern for the very easy sweater link on this site?? I did that pattern and it turned out very cute!

nessa s 01-19-2006 05:16 PM

One more thing to help make sense of it. I think there should be an "=" sign between the word yoke and 32. You're not actually yoking anything which is what the pattern sounds like. Hope this makes sense!

hemaccredo 01-19-2006 06:25 PM

I think I get it.


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