Yes, you work the body and all the stitches except the underarm stitches. After you finish the top of the sleeves and do the neck shaping (I can pm you the rest of the directions if you want!) you will kitchener the underarms together.
If you haven't ever done a kitchener stitch, don't fret, watch the video here on KH - that's how I learned to do it, with my work in my lap and the video on!
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