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Old 11-19-2010, 08:21 PM   #7
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I realize my camera phone takes horrendous pictures, but hopefully you can tell here. Do you think I should back it out and do the quicker decreases or is it okay?

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What I'm thinking now that I see it in photos is the more rapid decreases would have made a sharper V-neck, which I've lost a bit in doing it every other row, is that right?

ETA: Since the quality is so bad, you can't see where the decreases are anyway, the pattern in this section was like, transfer X stitches to a holder, then do aforementioned neck edge decreases, continue without shaping, bind off (I did a 3-needle bind off instead.) Then the hood was like: With right side facing beginning at right front (left in picture), knit X held stitches, PU and K X stitches, knit across X held back stitches, PU and K X sts, K X held stitches
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