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Old 04-15-2013, 06:03 PM   #5
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Personally, I would leave it and knit the front to match. The end result would be a longer sweater, maybe a couple of inches?

Theoretically you could catch all the stitches in the two rows you want to work together, cut out the extra rows and graft it together, but I honestly think it would be quicker and less stressful to just knit the piece over again from that point on, if the extra rows cause a problem.

After all, we do like to knit, no?
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