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Old 12-21-2012, 07:10 PM   #22
DavidSydney63
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So - I've typed this out, before I begin so I get to the requisite number of sts, does this look right based on the pattern above?

Armhole edge = odd rows
Neck edge = even rows

1st row K2tog, K35, P6, C4F, P3, turn. 49
2nd row K3, P4, K6, purl to last 2 sts, P2tog. 48
3rd row K2tog, knit to last 15 sts, K2tog, P6, K4, P3. 46
4th row K3, P4, K6, purl to last 2 sts P2tog. 45
5th row K2tog K2tog, Kx, P6, C4F, P3 43
6th row P2tog K3, P4 K6, pur to last 2, P2tog 41
7th row K2tog K2tog, knit to last 15, K2tog, P6, K4, P3. 38
8th row P2tog K3, P4, K6, purl to last 2 sts P2tog. 36
9th row K2tog K2tog, Kx, P6, C4F, P3 34
10th row K2tog, Kx, P6, C4F, P3 33
11th row K3, P4, K6, purl to last 2, P2tog 32
12th row P2tog, K3, P4, K6, purl to last 2, P2tog. 30
13th row K2tog, K2tog, Kx, P6, C4F, P3 28
14th row K3, P4, K6, purl to last 2 sts, P2tog 27

Continue without shaping until armhole measures same as Back to beginning of shoulder shaping, working last row on wrong side
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