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Old 04-22-2008, 07:09 PM   #1
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Sorry Me again, ? on CeCe Sweater
I know you will all be gald when I am done with this, and it is getting close!!! I am working on my first sleeve, and am almost done with it. All of my inc's are done, and I have 1 1/2" to knit on the sleeve. Then this is what the pattern says:

Next Round(Even Numbered): Work in pattern to last 5(5,6,6,7,7) sts of round, BO next 10(10,12,12,14,14) sts.

Detach yarn. Set first sleeve aside and work second sleeve.

How can I bind off 10 sts if I am working to the last 5 sts of the round?? I am working the first set of numbers inside of the paranthesises.

Thank You.....Lori
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Old 04-22-2008, 07:21 PM   #2
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you bind off the 5 stitches from the end of the round and the next 5 stitches from the start of the next round
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Am I supposed to start another round?? It says 'Detach Yarn and set aside??'
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Old 04-22-2008, 07:57 PM   #4
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Just BO the first 5 sts, then set it aside as it says. You don't need to knit another round, you'll still be at the start of the round, it will just be after the BO sts.
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OK, I understand, Thank You, both of you ladies!!
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