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Old 03-09-2011, 05:42 AM   #1
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easy baby cardigan !!
I am relatively new to knitting , and after a successful scarf have moved on to an *easy* baby cardigan !! I have been absolutely fine so far , it is knitted all in one until you attach the sleeves. having done the back and right front , I am now attempting the left front ... the instructions just tell me to :-

Work neck shaping to match right front, reversing all shapings.

does this just mean where it was ws before, I now do rs ?

Help very much appreciated , have got this far dont want to make a mess of it now !
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Old 03-09-2011, 06:53 AM   #2
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Yes, that's right. On the RS you bound off at the beginning of a row. On the LS (since it's difficult to bind off at the end of a row) you'll just turn the knitted work and bind off at the beginning of the next row (on the back side). Ultimately, you want the LS neck shaping to mirror the RS.
Good luck with the baby sweater which is a great project!
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