Rejoining Wool

by Margreta

I'm knitting a pullover in the round. To make armholes, I put stitches for FRONT on a holder and I have knit the BACK flat decreasing as required.

Those BACK stitches on a holder now.

Question:

How do I get yarn from the finished BACK to the FRONT in order to knit FRONT flat decreasing as required?

YOUR ANSWER


Break the yarn leaving a fairly long tail for finishing.

Rejoin the yarn to the front and continue knitting flat.

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