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Old 10-24-2012, 10:10 AM   #1
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Patterns from other countries
Most sweater patterns from the U.S. start with knitting the back and then go on to the fronts/sleeves. I bought some James C. Brett patterns last week printed in England and they start you out with knitting the Left/Right Fronts, then the sleeves and then you knit the back at the end.

What I'd like to know is...........does it really matter what order you knit the parts in? Just so they all get done eventually, right?!?!?!? This might sound like a weird question, but I want to make SURE before I start. I've never used a British pattern before.

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