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Old 01-21-2013, 01:24 PM   #4
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It seems to me that you want the extra fullness in the front rather than across the back. So if it were a one piece front you'd work extra rows from near one underarm to the other underarm. For a cardigan, I'd start at the buttonband edge and work to near the underarm, w&t and work back to the buttonband edge. Do that to put in as many extra rows as you'c like and do the same on the other side: start at the buttonhole band, work across the front to the underarm area, w&t and work back to the band.
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