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Tuesday, July 29, 2008

October Fronts

October Frost Fronts 2

Moving right along on the October Frost fronts! I think I'm about 12 rows away from the armhole shaping. This is a modified drop shoulder style so armhole shaping consists of binding off some stitches on the arm side of the fronts and then continuing straight. Not too dramatic, but it does mean fewer stitches, which means it should go even faster. Since the fronts don't increase every 4 rows like the sleeves did, they are in fact, much faster to knit. I'm enjoying this cardi, but it's definitely not one I can knit on autopilot and if I'm tired or distracted, I make mistakes. Also, I really can't wait to see this one finished!



Anonymous Anonymous said...

You go girl! Very pretty and amazing progress on the fronts.

9:40 AM  

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