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Understanding directions

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I'm working on this project: https://knitted-patterns.com/knitting-for-women/crochet/tunics-dresses/3227-cranberry-sweater-tunic

It says - Next rows: Work in Body Pattern until piece measures 19 [19, 191/2, 20, 20, 20, 201/2] inches from edge of Ribbing.  Now does this mean 19 inches from the bottom of the ribbing so 7 plus 12 to make 19 or does it mean 19 on top of the 7 inches of ribbing.

 

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Looking at the diagram it is a total of 30 inches.

So, 7 inches of ribbing plus 23 inches of 'body'

 

So 7 inches ribbing plus 12 inches of body then it looks like you start shaping for arm holes

Edited by ratdog

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