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Flutter Cardigan

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I'm attempting the Flutter Cardigan found on page 28 of the March 2010 CROCHET! magazine. I'm stuck. I've completed the bodice, however I'm really not sure about the directions for the right front. Can anybody help me please?

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:thinkI managed to find a picture of it on Ravelry so I can see that it is a long cardigan with a collar and a flared skirt.

There is no pattern there so I cannot help you without a bit more information.

Tell me the last row you worked and what it says for the next row and maybe the row after that too.

You will get help much faster if you give as much info as possible, even the stitch it is worked in and the number of stitches you have at the moment.

I will be back in the morning.

Have fun.

Colleen.:hug

The time now is 10.45pm Thursday. 8th April.

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Row 34 - dc in each st across, Row 35 sc in each st across. (pattern) Then comes the right front: Row 1 - Work in pattern across first 24(27,30, 31, 35, 38) sts, dc dec in next 2 sts (armhole) leave rem sts unworked, turn.(25 [28, 31, 32, 34,36,39] dc) This is where I get lost: Next rows: Working in pattern, dec 1 (1,2,2,3,6,8) times at armhole edge and at same time, dec 1 st at neck edge every row 11[12,13,13,14,13,13] times, (13[15,16,17,17,17,18] sts ar end of last row) HELP!

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Row 34 - dc in each st across, Row 35 sc in each st across. (pattern) Then comes the right front: Row 1 - Work in pattern across first 24(27,30, 31, 35, 38) sts, dc dec in next 2 sts (armhole) leave rem sts unworked, turn.(25 [28, 31, 32, 34,36,39] dc) This is where I get lost: Next rows: Working in pattern, dec 1 (1,2,2,3,6,8) times at armhole edge and at same time, dec 1 st at neck edge every row 11[12,13,13,14,13,13] times, (13[15,16,17,17,17,18] sts ar end of last row) HELP!

 

OK see if this makes more sense:

When you turn and leave the remaining stitches unworked, if you are working the small size you will have 25 stitches to work on. so on the first row you will do 1 decrease on each end of those 25 stitches then on the next 10 rows you will only do a decrease on the neck edge so at the end of the 11 rows you will have decreased by 12 stitches leaving you with the 13 called for in the pattern.

 

I will be in and out all day so if this still doesn't make sense post and I will try to explain it better

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