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Old 05-25-2013, 01:20 PM   #1
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What stitch is this?
I saw this yarn sample in a store, knit up into a tiny sweater front. I'd love to try doing a sweater or dress with that sleeve for my old doll or bear.

BUT - I have no idea how they got that open raglan line. It looks so sweet. I could see that there were no seams, so it's obviously knit all in once piece. I couldn't find anyone there who could tell me anything about it. Does anyone know how this would've been done?

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