Originally Posted by suzeeq
It sounds like you may have used acrylic which is good in a way, because it's washable, but it probably won't block out larger either.
Your best bet is take it out to just after the last increase stitches you did, put it on the needles and keep increasing. You need to do more increase rows to make the yoke (the part over the chest and shoulders) longer and that will also make the armholes and sleeves larger. It will also make the back and front have more stitches but it wouldn't hurt if the body was larger overall anyway, she'll grow.
Yep, it's acrylic. I understand what you're saying, I think! Would my last increase row be row 29? So instead of completing that row and dividing the work then I should start with another set of the 4 row pattern?
If I add more rows then how will I know what is what when I go to divide it. Right now it is 25 for each front side, 24 for each sleeve and 43 for the back. How will I know how many to change it to. I'm sure it's obvious, but without the pattern I'm clueless.
Thanks again for the help.