Hi there, I've been knitting on and off for about 10 years, but the most I've ever made was some scarves lol. Well this morning I decided I really wanted to make a cardigan and a top down raglan seems like the way to go. I found the incredible custom fit raglan sweater tutorial http://www.woolworks.org/patterns/raglan.html
And it seems pretty straightforward... but the one part is confusing me a bit.
"Working back and forth, increase before and after each B marker on every right side row. At the same time, increase at the beginning and end of every right side row until all the right-front and left-front neck stitches are added. The center-front stitches are then cast on all at once, completing the circle.
Does this mean I work the right front and left front neck stitches and then cast on the center front stitches I have calculated
If so, how would I do this as I am making a cardigan.. would I cast on half the calculated stitches at the beginning and then the rest at the end of that row?
I know this is probably simple, but I just can't seem to wrap my brain around what they mean
Any and all help would be greatly appreciated! TIA