Anyone up to a math challenge?
I would REALLY appreciate any help you can offer with this.
Okay...I am working on a (seed stitch) cardigan collar. I am supposed to have 91 sts at the end of row 10, and I do. Now I'm all mixed up about row 11. It reads: K1, k2tog, pat 22 sts, (p1, k1, p1) all in next st, pat 35 sts, (p1, k1, p1) all in next st, pat 22 sts, ssk, k1. Now I am supposed to have 89 sts.
The problem is, when I do this row (even in my head!) I have four stitches left at the end of the needle. I can solve this by going up a size, and doing 24 pat sts, instead of 22, but then I have to continue the pattern for a large (I'm doing a medium).
Am I wrong, or is this a mistake in the pattern? When I subtract all the stitches in row 11 from 91, I come up with 4. What should I do?
Thanks so much for your time and suggestions!
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