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"work in part to last 2 stitches"? What does this mean?

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I am crocheting my first sweater for a baby (I am not new to crochet and this is a simple pattern) and have never seen this term used before "work in part."  If someone could tell me what this means and how this is done I would greatly appreciate it, as I am in the dark even after searching online for about 2 hours and having no luck at all. If it helps the entire line reads: " chain 1, sc in first 2 stitches, work in part to last two stitches, turn".

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Welcome to the ville :hook

 

Looks like a typo, it should say pattern , not part.....work in the established stitch pattern.

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I assume it means to work the pattern across and leave the last 2 stitches empty.  There should be directions as to what you're supposed to do with them.

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thank you for the replies! I do believe it may be a typo, but there are no instructions as to what I should do with the last stitches, I guess I will leave them and see if the arm hole forms right... thanks again

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