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bonjourpouletfou
« on: July 05, 2005 04:19:47 PM »

I am trying to make a sweater that fits extremely well, but I'm not sure where to find instructions for it! I've already started knitting the back of the sweater starting with 84 stitches all the way up to the armpits (around 15 inches from waist to armpits). I'm not sure what to knit next! I'm not trying to make a raglan, just a pretty standard sweater, but I don't know how much to decrease by in each row and how to work the collar in, plus how to knit the sleeves to accomodate the armholes I've created. Now I know why I buy clothes (it's faster and fits pretty well!). Can someone help me, please?
Thank you!!
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