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Old 04-07-2013, 02:03 PM   #1
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Help needed with understanding pattern please
Hi, I am knitting my first sweater, it is described as unisex striped with button neck closure. I am down to the last 12 rows of the front, I have just knitted 12 rows of shaping front neck, the last fews lines I have completed are:
Row 10: p to end
Row 11: k4, skpo. (5sts)
Row 12: P to end.
Leave these sts on a holder.

Thats where I am up to, so I have 28 stitches left on the needle and 5 stitches on a holder. It is the next part I cant figure out, it says;
With rs facing, place centre 14 sts on a holder, rejoin yarn to rem sts.
Row 1: K1, skpo, k5, k2tog, k4.
If anyone can explain to me what I am meant to do I would be so grateful, im sure its really obvious but I cant figure it out! Thankyou!
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Old 04-07-2013, 02:35 PM   #2
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You have 28sts on the left needle and the RS or public side of the sweater is facing you. Slip 14sts off the end of the needle and onto a stitch holder, a piece of waste yarn or a safety pin. Now you'll have 14sts left on the needle for the shoulder. Take a new end of yarn and start knitting on those 14sts (Row 1: K1, skpo, k5, k2tog, k4). You'll finish this side as the mirror image of the first shoulder.
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Old 04-07-2013, 02:50 PM   #3
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Thankyou so much! I had misunderstood the place centre 14 stitches part. It makes perfect sense now. I really appreciate your help and such a fast reply!
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