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Old 09-16-2007, 07:26 AM   #1
MrsDavis3
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must I frog?
Pattern I'm following :
http://alison.knitsmiths.us/pattern_weasley.html

Problem I'm having:
Starting the first sleeve, I picked up and knitted the recommended number of stitches around the armhole EVEN THOUGH I THOUGHT IT WAS TOO MANY

ERGO, as I have come down several inches, decreasing as per pattern, I see that I have what almost looks like a bit of a
"puffed sleeve effect", and this being a sweater with a DROPPED SHOULDER and for BOY, it's simply not acceptable.

Query:
Is this a problem that could be blocked away?
Sorry I can't post a photo to show just how puffed it is: We moved a few weeks ago and I still can't find the charger for the battery in my camera
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