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Topic: Bernat Pink Camouflage Hoodie Pattern HELP NEEDED  (Read 434 times)
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« on: December 16, 2008 11:17:53 AM »

Has anyone worked on the Bernat pattern for the camo hoodie? If so could you possibly explain to me the directions for the front side of the hoodie. I'm confused about the Divide for the front opening.

The directions read:

FRONT: work from *to ** as given for BACK. Cont. even in pattern until armholes measure 3 inches ending with a 2nd row.

I get that part but not the next

Divide for FRONT opening: Next row: Pat across 30 stitches. Turn. Leave remaining stitches unworked. continue even until armholes measure 12 rows less than BACK to shoulder, ending with a 2nd row.

SHAPE NECK: Next Row (RS): pat across 23 sts. Draw up a loop in each of the next 2 sts. YOH and draw though all 3 loops on hook - sc2tog made. Turn. 24 sts. Net. Row: Ch1 sc2tog over first 2 sts.  pat to end of row. Next row: Ch 1. Pat to last 2 sts. sc2tog over last two sts. Turn. Repeat last 2 rows once more. 20 sts.

How do I start that part and where? What am I dividing exactly?

Any help is much appreciated!


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Okay I think I am starting to figure out after rereading it, but if someone can clarify it for me, I would greatly appreciate it.
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« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2008 07:42:17 PM »

You are continuing to work upward, and you just keep going where you left off (armhole area), only you work halfway over from now on, to the middle of the front. This forms the slit at the front of the hoodie so you can get it on over your head. The 'shape neck' part is when you have crocheted all the way up to your neck and it is time for the fabric to start curving over and up to the shoulder. Later the pattern will have you work the other side of the front, up to the other shoulder.
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« Reply #2 on: December 17, 2008 05:11:04 AM »

THANK YOU! THANK YOU! I guess I just needed to hear it from you to help it make sense. it just seemed a bit awkward to me and I just couldn't invision it. You're awesome!
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