Aza by Bronagh Miskelly

Knitting 182, July 2018

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In the Back section, the three rows at the waist following the last waist decrease should read as follows:

Next row: K4[3:3:2:3:2:3:3], (p1tbl, k2) three times, (p1tbl, k3) 2[3:4:5:5:6:6:7] times, work patt as set to last 13[12:12:11:12:11:12:12] sts, (k2, p1tbl) three times, p to end.

Next row: P4[3:3:2:3:2:3:3], (k1tbl, p2) three times, (k1tbl, p3) 2[3:4:5:5:6:6:7] times, work patt as set to last 13[12:12:11:12:11:12:12] sts, (p2, k1tbl) three times, k to end.

Next row: K4[3:3:2:3:2:3:3], (p1tbl, k2) three times, (p1tbl, k3) 2[3:4:5:5:6:6:7] times, work patt as set to last 13[12:12:11:12:11:12:12] sts, (k2, p1tbl) three times, p to end.

Responses (2)

  1. Frances Lehane
    15 August 2018 at 1:24 pm · Reply

    is there an error on front
    FRONT
    Work as Back to ***
    Shape armholes
    Work armhole edge straight for 23125:27 :27 :29 :29 :29 :291 rows. I n c at armhole edges as for Back on foll row. Which give you 93[95:101:105:107:109:109:111] sts.
    AT THE SAME TIME when five Diamond Patt reps are complete shape neck as folls:
    Next row: Patt 36[36:39 :41 :41 :42:42:42 and place on holder, cast off next
    19[21 :21 :21 :23:23:23:25], work to e n d. this leave you with an extra 2 sts on side of the neck you are work on
    Example you have 93 sts when you patt 36 sts and cast of 19 sts for the first size you are left with 38sts instead of 36 sts. Please comfirm I am reading this pattern right.

    • Abby Costen
      21 August 2018 at 3:00 pm · Reply

      Hi Frances,

      The pattern is correct as you will have worked 116[118:120:119:109:108:111:117] rows before having to work the extra increase row at the end of the armholes and it will take 112 rows to get to the end of the five diamond patterns so at this point in the pattern, the first size will still only have 91 stitches and be BEFORE the extra inc row. Hope that makes sense!

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