I am fairly new to knitting and I am working on a Central Park Hoodie. I have completed the back for the hoodie and the pattern calls for the back to be put on a holder and to begin on the left front. I put the last knitted row on the holder but do I bind off? How do I start the left front when I still have the row on the holder with the ball of yarn?
I hope that you can decipher what i am trying to say. Thanks in advance.
Beginning knitter church lady
what are you supposed to put on a holder if there is just 1 stitch?
To my the description sounded, like there are several stitches (probably where the hood will start later - so along the whole neckline) and that you keep those on a holder (cut your yarn if you need the ball) and start fresh on the fron piece. There you will probably put the left front neck line on a holder and then do the same thing on the right hand side.
As I understand this you will NOT bind off those stitches but just keep them on the holder...
but if you only have 1 stitch left?! That confuses me.
Is that pattern available online? I would take a look at it then!
But where are the stitches they say to put on a holder coming from? Are we talking about the shoulder seam stitches? Should they be bound off or held for a 3-needle bind off later on? Or are they talking about stitches at the back of the neck?
Mirl56 at Ravelry, too.
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I got sidetracked and thought they were neck stitches, but I don't have the pattern. However, she did say the back sts were put on a holder, didn't she? I think she's a little confused about what's going on, exactly. I guess I am too.