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September 04, 2009

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 Marci Gorenstein

I'm knitting this sweater in size medium. I'm confused because in round 37, just before dividing for the sleeves, it says to increase 8 more stitches as in round 13. HOw do you do that at the same time as following the dividing instructions for round 37. Secondly, It sounds like once you do the divide, there are only a couple of rows knit to form the sleeves. I'd like my sleeves to be 3/4 length. Would I just repeat the two rows listed for SHORT SLEEVE VERSION until the sleeves are the correct length. Finally, in the instructions for round 37, what does the abbreviation CO 2 sts mean? Does it mean cast on? Do you send the answer to my email address?

Sally Compobassi

Hi Sweaterbabe,
I'm knitting the Chic Cables sweater in size s, and am flummoxed by row 9. for beginning the raglan shaping.
The instructions for S, L, and 1X only, say M1-R, K--(29,--,37,39,--,--),[m1-L, sm, m1-R]K--(16,--,14,12,--,--). [m1-L sm, m1-R] and so on.

As an experienced knitter I read this for my size as make 1 right, knit none, make 1 left, slip marker, make 1 right, knit none, make 1 left, slip marker, make 1 right, and so on.

What happens to all the stitches I have between markers if they aren't to be knit?

SweaterBabe

Dear Sally,
Please follow the instruction right after the open parenthesis, as the number right before that is for size XS.
Sorry for any confusion!
Best,
Katherine

Jill mohwinkle

I would like to know if there are crochet patterns for cabled cowl neck scarves

Debra Peterson

Hi there! Do you have a pic of the Dreamy Ruffled Alpaca Scarf lying flat? Id like to see more of the detail in the pattern!
Thanks, debi

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