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Old 01-18-2012, 09:31 PM   #2
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Re: Arg, need knitting help

Divide for fronts means this is where the sweater will divide of the arm stitches, the front stitches (like where the buttons will be) and the back stitches.

So start your next row and knit the 48 stitches. Use a piece of string or something and put all 48 stitches that you just knit on that string don't bind them off of anything these are called live stitches because you can put them back on your needle later and start knitting again.

Then cast off the next 21 stitches then knit the rest of the way which I would assume would be 48 stitches.

HMMM the last part is a little confusing. What pattern are you using?

I assume from the pattern you are doing a waist up sweater where you knit back and forth until the arms.
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