m7 ??

Hi I came to a direction in a sweater pattern I am knitting that goes like this
*P2, K1, p2, m7; repeat from * around.

My question is, What does m7 mean? In the book m stands for meter's.

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In common knitting abbreviations 'm' has several meanings depending on the context.

Sometimes it means 'make' so if you see m1 or m2 in a pattern it might be the abbreviation the designer uses for make one or make two. Which means to increase the number of stitches.

In other patterns where more than one colour are used 'm' can stand for main colour, so if your design is a fair isle pattern, your instructions might mean knit the next 7 stitches using the main colour.

But it is hard to tell without seeing your pattern.

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Sizing

Hi
I've decided to knit a pullover after twenty odd years of not knitting! In the magazine I've bought called 'Knitscene', I've found a pattern called 'Virginie Pullover'.

The sizes are written as 44.25 (47.5, 50.75, 53.75, 56, 59.25)" bust circumference, shown in size 47.5", modeled with 15.5 of positive ease.

I'm not sure what size to knit! I realise it's meant to be loose. I am 38" bust circumference - what size should I do?

Thanks for your help
Sheelagh

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Mixing Rib and Stocking Stitch Patterns

by Geraldine

I want to knit a stocking stitch animal pattern into a main 2 ribbed body pattern.

Will the different stitches mar the picture?

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Yes and no.

If you knit a patch of stocking stitch in the middle of a piece of ribbing knitting it is going to look a little strange.

The animal pattern should look okay but the knitted fabric of the stocking stitch will be wider than the knitted fabric surrounding it as the rib pattern pulls the fabric in tighter than stocking stitch does.

If you knit the pattern in the using the rib pattern, it would also be a bit of a problem as the picture would appear taller and narrower than the designer intended - again, due to the rib pattern being narrower than stocking stitch.

I wouldn't mix the two, but to do this or not to do this has to be your decision. I have added your question and my answer to the open questions page to see if any of my site visitors can offer an opinion on whether or not this would work.

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LOOKING FOR A CERTAIN PATTERN

by Margaret
(Brisbane Qld Australia)

I have been knitting for most of my life and I'm over fifty now. Recently I saw a jumper in a craft shop. The pattern was a reversible one and it was multi striped in blending rainbow colours. The stripes seem to bleed into each other which made me think that maybe some stitches had been picked up from a row further down. The stitches seemed to be mainly garter but there did seem to be some plain stitches in there as well.

I just loved the look of this pattern. It would make great pillows, throws, pot holders etc which is what I mainly knit these days. Is there anyone out there who could tell me what this pattern is please.

I'm sorry not to have a picture of the jumper. Felt a bit embarrased about taking a photo of it in the craft shop.

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Completely understand your reluctance to take a photo in the shop, I wouldn't feel comfortable doing that either.

I personally don't know which pattern it is but it is possible that one of my visitors might. Hopefully one of them will leave a comment on your page which will point you in the right direction.

Good luck!

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Trouble with instructions for sleeve decreases

by Joyce
(CT)

Hi

The pattern is in the Noro sweet winter pattern book and is the cream crisp pattern. I cannot figure out the instructions for the sleeves.

The instructions are written for UK knitters and I am American.

This is the part I don't understand:

Dec 1 st at each end of next row and 9(10:11)foll alt rows. 15(15:15) sts.

I can't figure out the instructions for the foll alt rows. I have knit the sleeve 2 times and had to rip it out because it does not fit in the armhole.

It looks like a raglan sleeve and not a regular sleeve that you set into the armhole. I cannot find any pattern errata for this pattern and so it must be something I am doing wrong.

Does that direction mean dec 1 st at each end of next row and every other row 10 times? This is what I have been doing and I end up with a raglan sleeve that does not fit....I am stuck!!!

Joyce

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Hi Joyce. I am afraid I read the pattern the same way you have, so if it does not fit into the armhole, there is probably an issue with the pattern.

This excerpt for the pattern:

Dec 1 st at each end of next row and 9(10:11)foll alt rows. 15(15:15) sts.

Could be re-written as:
Row 1: Dec 1 st at each end of next row
Row 2: Knit as set in pattern without further decreases.
Row 3: Dec 1 st at each end of next row

Repeat the last 2 two rows 9 (10, 11) times.

So your sleeve will look a bit like a raglan sleeve. But as you have 15 stitches remaining, it will look like a raglan sleeve with the top lopped off.

Maybe someone who has knitted this pattern before can assist, so I will put your question onto the open question page.

You never know your luck, one of the other visitors to the site might be able to be more helpful than I have!

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Thanks for trying.
by: Joyce

I hope someone out there has knit this pattern and can offer a solution to this problem! I checked with the place where I bought the pattern too and they couldn't figure it out either. I am an advanced knitter and am totally frustrated!!! the sleeve does not look like the schematic in the book after it is completed when I knit the pattern with those directions.

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Sheila Salvatore

I am knitting a bow type cowl scarf with a loop opening and have come to the part where you have to combine the stitches from a holder and stitches from a needle (they were separated to start to form the loop). Instructions are with right side facing, K1 from holder, K1 from stitches on needle until all stitches are on needle. I have tried several times but am really confused. If there is a you tube video that I can view or a book I can look at please let me know.

Thank you for any help you can give me.

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Anyone know what knit this is? Please help!!!

Anyone know what knit this is? Help!!!??

Anyone know what knit this is? Help!!!??

I really want to knit this headband in the photo but I cannot figure out what this knit stitch is, please someone help!

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might be a 3 by 3 cable twist...
by: Nittykitty

I am going to take a guess.
I think that it is a 3 by 3 rib at the
base. I think I can see that. Then it
becomes a loose 3 by 3 basic cable. I
also think that after fluffing it up in
a photograph you can hardly tell what it is.
They like to make things hard to see
so you will buy the pattern. Then it turns
out to be a basic cable twist. Oh well...
that's my guess.

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What knit is this?
by: Anonymous

Would this be entrelac in all one color?

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types of wool

by lizzie b
(renfrewshire)

I have an old quickerknit knitting pattern & I can't get quickerknit now.

What type of wool would I use for this pattern?

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Color yarn connections

by Alissa
(Connecticut)



Hi there. I'm making a baby blanket and I'm looking to have the border a separate color and the cable pattern another. I've just cast on the first line of the second color, but I'm finding that my border yarn is not connecting with the main cable pattern yarn. I'd like to avoid sewing it together and had hoped this would come together easily.

I'd really appreciate any kind of suggestions.

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I am not 100% sure that I understand what you are asking, so rather than answer a question that you did not ask, I am going to put your question on my open questions page in the hope that one of my other visitors will understand what you mean and be able to help you.

Or you can email me via the contact page on this site and maybe we can work it out together via email.

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Mrs.

by Barbara Park
(Greenwood, SC USA)

I like the look of stockinette stitch but, whilst making a scarf, it has rolled at the edges. I do not mind knitting a second scarf to attach to the back to unfurl it, but what is the best stitch pattern to use on the second (back side)?

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double knit
by: Wolfie

I would suggest that you go on Lucy
Neatby's Double Knit DVD as soon as
possible. If you learn double knitting you
will have a wonderful field of knit stitch
on both sides of your work...

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Knitting

by Stephanie
(Peterborough)

I am shaping the front edge of a hood to a cardigan

Next row:
Inc in first st, mst to last 2 sts work 2tog. (Have done this)

Don't understand next bit:
Taking extra st into mst, work 3 rows.

Question is, do I still need to inc stitch in every row and decrease stitch at end of every row for the 3 rows?

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No you don't have to continue increasing on every row.

All this instruction means is for you to knit another 3 rows straight but incorporating the new stitch made in the first row into your moss stitch pattern.

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Prayer Shawl is Bias - Why?

by Brigid

I belong to a Prayer Shawl Ministry group and recently knit a shawl - 30 x 60 and when I cast off the stitches the shawl was bias.

The pattern was knit eight rounds - then K5 yo k2gog - repeat to last five stitches and knit 5. - second row - knit.- I worked this pattern for about five inches and then added a color and worked seed stitch for three inches.

I then repeated the first two rows until eight inches to the end and I repeated the seed stitch for three inches and the first two rows for 5 inches. Then 8 rows knit and case off.

Why is the shawl bias? Any way I can fix it?

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aran knitting

Hi, on the right side of my aran knitting, at the end of a knit section, then going to a purl section, the last knit stitch is always very loose no matter how tight I knit that knit stitch and the following purl stitch, this is even loose on my cables, but only the last knit stitch before a purl section.

Please don't tell me it is just my tension as my tension is tight everywhere except here!

I pull the yarn extra tight as when i do these two stitches but it just doesn't work, can you please tell me how to remedy this?

Thank you so very much...if it is tension, what am I doing wrong? i don't see how I can possibly knit it any tighter than I am...

Going from purl to knit is fine, no looseness there at all... I would love for the knit to purl to look just the same.. I really don't understand what is going on

Thank you so very much

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I would love to watch you knit...
by: Nittykitty

If I could watch you knit I could
tell you what you are doing to cause this
loose stitch at that point of your knit.
I will say this; I will normally
give my yarn a twist at the edge stitch
and go point to point. Then when I have
turned the work I put my needle into the edge
stitches to tighten them and even them up.
But, if your stitches are remaining
loose after you have gone on to other rows,
I would love to watch you knit the rows in
person. I may be able to notice something.
It is hard to use the written word
to deal with knitting concepts some times.
I will be thinking about this question.


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how to do this beautiful stitch?

by Angelinaxp
(Chile)


Dear ladies:

I have a picture of a model with a beautiful jacket. There is no instructions or charts to make it, because it just the photo with the lady. But I love the jacket, so I wanted to knit one with that beautiful stitch. Here is the photo of the jacket:

Photo no longer available at provided web address

I have found a chart of a stitch and after knit a sample I am really think is the stitch in the collar.

Now, if you look the picture with attention, you will see the body is formed for the half of the motive that is in the collar.
It is a very simple design, but I just can`t solve how to make the body. I have tried to knit just the half of the motive in the chart to get the columns that form the body, but I am not getting good results. The other thing, that motive in the columns are separated by something like purls and big hole. Also is not ending in a straight waist, is not straight in the waist.

How can I get that result adapting this chart?

Where the symbols means:

Where the symbols means:

U means "yarn over"
I means "purl stitch"
_ means "knit stitch"

2 means "knit 2 together"
3 means "knit 3 together"

V with a little 2 inside means "(s1k1psso)" Slip 1 Knit 1 Pass Slip Stitch Over.

I trust you will solve the mistery. Thank you so much!!

Hugs,

Faby

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Rib Stitch Cap Direction Dilemma

Hello,

I'm a beginner....and I'm making a Rib Stitch Cap.

I figured out the gauge issue just fine, and then as I was beginning the project, right off the bat I got stumped. It says to start at the cuff edge, measure off about 2 1/4 yards of yarn and cast on 84 stitches.

Measuring off doesn't mean cut the yarn, I know...or assume, but why would it say to measure off.

Wouldn't I just cast on the 84 stitches and start the project?

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Long tail of wool at start
by: Joan

Hi. I wonder whether the long tail is to allow you to cast on by the thumb method for the cap rib? This gives a nice stretchy rib to allow the cap to be pulled on easily. Hope this helps rather than confuses!!

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by: Deb

Lots of assuming going on here, because the answer is based on an assumption I am making!

My assumption is that the pattern is telling you to leave a (very) long tail for some reason that will become clear as you work your way through the pattern.

It might be something to do with sewing up the cap or finishing it off in some way, however 2 1/4 yards seems to be a very long tail.

My advice would be to do as the pattern says, don't cut it just roll it and tie a loose knot around it to stop it from getting in the way as you knit. If you don't end up using it, you can trim it later but if you start your knitting without the long tail and then find you need it for something later on you will be in trouble.

Hope this helps...

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problem reading chart - is it ME or the pattern who has problems???

I am using a knitting chart for the first time.It is a triangular lacey shawl and it looks like the fircone pattern. I do fine until I get to row 9.Row 8 is a purl row which leaves you with 7 stitches. then row 9 is illustrated with 8 squares even though there have been no increases in the purl row. I don't get it.

These are the instructions for row 9.

k,k,k,yo,k,yo, then there are three more squares for k. and one more left with the ssk symbol on it. I run out of stitches.the chart has 1 blank square, 1 yo(square with circle), 1 blank square, 1 yo, 3 blank squares and one more with the ssk symbol on it.

I hope you can help me - I am about to go crazy!

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How can I knit this clutch

by Christina Cawley
(Ireland)



Hi

I saw this amazing knit clutch bag and I really want to attempt to make one but cannot find a pattern anywhere and I was wondering if you had any idea how I could make one similar?

Kind Regards
Christina


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Hi everyone,

Christina is asking for help with working out how to knit a clutch similar to the one in the picture. If any of you have already completed a project like this it would be great if you could add a comment to help her out.

It looks like it might have been made using a double knitting technique on oversized needles and super-chunky yarn.

In the photo it looks like 12 stitches per side, so 24 in total (I would add 2 stitches if it is knitted in a flat piece rather than double knitting as a seam allowance), but I have no idea what weight the yarn is or even what it is made of - could be some kind of plastic maybe?

Any assistance you can provide would be fantastic...

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DD Double Decrease over Four Stitches

by Connie Pomposelli
(Woodland Park, NJ)

I have a very old pattern for little Christmas stockings.

To make the toe I am required to dd over the next 4 stitches. As far as I can tell the usual dd is over 3 stitches.

I slip one, knit two together an pass over the slipped stitch.

Isn't that a dd over three stitches? Also the pattern later states DD2.

What the the "2" mean after the DD.

Thank you Connie Pomposelli

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DD normally stands for Double Decrease. A single decrease reduces the number of stitches by 1, a double decrease reduces the number of stitches by 2.

As with your pattern DD often involves decreasing three stitches down to one (3 - 2 = 1).

But it can also be done over four stitches by slipping 1, knit 1, passing the slipped stitch over followed by knitting 2 together (4 - 2 = 2).

I have not seen DD2 before and could only hazard a guess as to what this abbreviation means, so I am going to move your question to the open questions section and with any luck one of the visitors to the site will be able to enlighten both of us.

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looking for a pattern

by brenda butler
(carleton place ontario canada)

i once saw a pattern for knitted stretch pants..does any one have this pattern ..also i class myself as a beginner but i can follow patterns..brenda..also a cute top to match if i can get one

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Miss L Brooks

by Leonora Brooks
(Wales)

How would I CONVERT A DOUBLE KNITTING PATTERN TO A CHUNKY WOOL.
Please Help

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Number of stitches needed..
by: Knittykitty

If you are asking to alter a pattern;
I will say that double knitting requires
about a quarter more cast on stitches than
does a garter stitch. Use this as a loose
rule of thumb.
If you are asking how to knit in
double knit and then suddenly change into
straight knitting with thicker yarn,
the answer is a lot more complicated.
I need more information in your
question. I will check back later...

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Pattern Confusion

by Cathy
(Shreveport, LA)

With 120 stitches on my needle, I'm instructed to PO (8), [P2TOG,P4) 17 times P2TOG, PO (8) and the. I should have 102 stitches on my needle. Help!

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So, sorry but I don't really understand the question.

You have 120 stitches, you do 18 decreases across the row (17 P2tog, P4 plus one extra P2tog). 120 - 18 = 102.

Try the row instructions in plain english:

Purl 8 stitches, *purl 2 tog, purl 4 stitches. Repeat from * 17 times. Purl 2 together, purl to end of row.

Hope this helps.

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Trouble following the pattern - Sweater for an American Doll

by Mary Jo

I am knitting an Archipelago by Debonair Designs Pattern. It is a sweater pattern for an American girl doll.




My confusion is in the instruction for shaping the neck on the front of the sweater. There are 26 stitches on the needle. It reads as follows:

Row 1: (K3 Purl 1) 3 times, Knit 1, turn
Row 2: Purl 2 together, Purl to end
Row 3: Knit to last two stitches, Knit 2 together, turn
Row 4: As row 2
Row 5: Knit 1, Purl 1, Knit 3, Purl 1, Knit 2, Knit 2 together turn
Row 6: As row 2 =8 stitches
Row 7: Knit across all stitches
Row 8: Knit across all stitches
Cast off remaining stitches.

Then there are instructions for 8 more rows.

I am having trouble visualizing why this works and how to implement it.

Appreciate any insight you might have.
Thanks!

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Sweater for an American Girl Doll
by: Anonymous

Thanks for the diagram! I was very helpful.

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A Diagram to help you with the visualisation
by: Deb (Knitting Naturally)

I used excel to create a diagram of the 8 rows of your pattern that you have included in your question (see below).



Row 0 is the row you completed before beginning these 8 rows. Row 1 and all odd numbered rows are pattern rows, all even numbered rows are wrong-side purl rows.

These eight rows form the left side of the neck to the shoulder.

I am assuming that the second 8 rows are instructions for finishing the other side of the neck.


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Can't understand lace pattern

by April
(Netherlands)


The pattern for a lacey hat goes:

CO 48 sts
Row 1: K14( seenote) , pm, K2Tog, YO, K2, P1, K2Tog, K2, YO, P3Tog, YO, K1, YO, P1, pm, K20
Row 2: S1, K19, sm, K1, P8, K1, P4, sm, P5 -turn

My question is that I am following the written pattern but the stitches don't add up. In the first row, I k2tog, yo, k2, I didn't yo and then p1 and then didn't yo again, then k2tog, k2, yo, p3tog, yo, k1, yo, p1, pm, k20. Just as the pattern says.
Then the next row, the stitches between the markers are still short one stitch. What am I doing wrong? The pattern varies, in some rows the stitches between the markers add up nicely, but in some, I would be short one or two stitches. Please help!!

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help!

by sarah
(England)

Hi, my name is Sarah and i was wondering if you could help me find a knitting pattern for my mum.
She lost sometime last year and was very upset because she really enjoyed knitting it. It is a babys cardigan pattern, All i can really tell you is that she bought it on a ball of wool from woolworths a long time ago and it has triangles on it and it is long sleeved, sorry that this is not a very detailed description, she said she doesnt think it had a brand name so its more difficult to find. I hope you can help.

thanks

Sarah

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I don't have any patterns that match the description in your post, but it is possible that one of my other visitors will recognise the pattern and come to the rescue...

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Pattern question

I have a pattern that reads the following:

*K3, K2tog, YO, K2tog, rep from *across. Repeat Row 3 until there are 9 stitches on the needle.

It looks horrible and I am not sure what I am doing wrong. I am knitting 3, knitting 2 together, then doing a yarn over and knitting 2 together and then repeating that for the whole row....

I would appreciate any help you can give me.
Thanks Ruth

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What to do with the "tail" when decreasing the toe

Knitting Graph of the Sock Pattern

Knitting Graph of the Sock Pattern

I'm having trouble figuring out this pattern. I'm currently decreasing the toe in the pattern but I can't figure out what to do with the "tail" to the right of the pattern.

It seems like all the stitches are decreasing except for the two ends of the pattern. I have included a picture and pointed my pens towards the stitches in the pattern that I'm having trouble with.

Thanks!

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To be honest I really don't know. I would assume that they serve a purpose but without being about to look at the pattern I would only be guessing.

Have you read the instructions on finishing your socks? It might be that you are told how to handle these "tails" in this section of your pattern.

It is possible that one of my readers has come across a similar pattern and may be able to help so I am adding your submission to the open questions page.

Hopefully someone will drop by with exactly the answer you need...

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What "tail"
by: Anonymous

There is no "tail" as that is just the stitch between the two decreases. The chart designer has placed each stitch above the stitch it is knit into on the previous row (the charts are on their side). The decrease stitches work into 2 stitches on the previous row, but only provide a single stitch for the following row which is why there are gaps in the chart.

Socks are normally worked in the round, and if you're having trouble, I suspect that you may have worked some or all of the pattern flat

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child's cardigan

by Julie
(Kiata)

Does anyone have a pattern for a child's cardigan which is knitted in one piece, plus sleeves, which I used to knit many years ago?

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I dont understand what this means...

by Chelsae

This pattern I have for Lace Up Opera Gloves, says to "knit across row picking up cast on sts and knitting them together with each stitch" Can you help clarify what that means and how to do it?

Thank you

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How to join top to back of matinee jacket

by betty
(liverpool n s w au.)

A friend asked me to finish a baby jacket without a pattern.

I have the top,(already knitted from neck to chest sleeves are already knitted on) already on a circular needle with 102 stitches on needle and the back on separate needle with 57 stitches how do I join the two pieces together or do you think they are from different patterns.

I would appreciate any assistance you can offer.

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Hi Betty

To be honest I really don't know how to answer your question. I would probably have a better shot at it if I could see the pieces you have.

Although you have done a great job of describing the two pieces you have I think it would be very difficult for anyone to advise you without being able to see the two pieces.

I have added your question to my open questions page, hopefully one of the other visitors to the site might be able to offer assistance.

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