Jump to content

AmyNoelle

Villager
  • Content Count

    3
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Kathy!!! This kind of trick was exactly what I was looking for!!! Thank you SO much. I have so many projects that this would work for and in the end would give it a much cleaner look. I'm SO excited now. Lol. Thank you SO much!!!
  2. Thanks Kathy! I'll give that a try. I was trying not to add any thickness to one side vs the other, but I don't know if I have much of a choice other than inserting new yarn which would end up with added thickness with weaved ends anyway. Thank again!!
  3. I have held onto this pattern for a LONG time. After several years- I finally felt confident enough to tackle it. But... I've been stumped on this part for awhile. I thought it may have been a mistake. I have never seen armhole shaping worked into the back by leaving stitches unworked on BOTH sides of the row. This one is written as follows for the back piece: "For the armhole shaping leave 4 sts each side unworked, then leave sts unworked every row as foll: 2 sts 3 times = 61 sts. Work even until piece measures 27"/69 cm from beg. For the shoulder shaping leave sts unworked each side 8 sts 2 times. When piece measures 27 1/2"/70 cm from beg, for the neck shaping leave the center 29 sts unworked and work both sides at once." Full Pattern: https://knitted-patterns.com/knitting-for-women/crochet/jackets/3695-crocheted-jacket-with-lapel How do you you leave stitches unworked on BOTH sides of the row? I know how to leave "remaining" stitches unworked or to work decreases at the beginning & end of the row, but not this. The only way I could think it's possible is to start new yarn for each row, but that would be ridiculous, right? If you know something I don't- any help/advice would be appreciated. (Just an added note: I haven't got there yet, but I also noticed it states to work both sides at once for the shoulders after leaving 29 stitches unworked in the middle. I'm not sure how you would do that either. I'm used to working one side and then reattaching yarn to work the other side.) Thank you in advanced to anyone with ideas! Take Care, AmyNoelle
×
×
  • Create New...