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It's time to put the sleeve stitches on holders and knit the body down to the bottom of the sweater.
If you are using a heavier yarn, you may want to do this when there are only 30 or 32 stitches across the back, with correspondingly fewer numbers in the other sections.
I go down about 3 or 3 1/2 inches below the armhole. K1, p2, *k2, p2, repeat from * until there is one stitch left, k1Next row, p1, *k2, p2, repeat from * until there is one stitch left, p1. Knit those 26 stitches in the round until the sleeve measures about 3 inches from the bottom of the armhole.
I've found that in general, this rule works extremely well and avoids puckering. On the second row, space button holes evenly down the placket by doing yarnovers. Sew in the ends of yarn, and sew the appropriate number of buttons on your sweater, and you're done. Ch 1 and sc up the side of the hdc rows of 1-10 (1 sc in the end of each row) sc across the underside chain 14 row sc back up the other side of the the hdc rows 1-10. Leg holes Row 1: Join with sl st to one of the leg holes in the corner. join (18) Row 2-4: Ch 1, fp hdc in first st, bp hdc in next. Add a border to the bottom Join to bottom right corner with slip stitch. Sandra Hubbard, who is a co-founder of that organization, tells me they are especially in need of scarves, hats, sweaters and coats for the American Girl dolls that they give to foster kids.In fact, they have a posting on their Facebook page with a request for more of those garments, and she posted a photo with it of two dolls I sent them last year, wearing sweaters I'd made.
Cast on: I've been casting on 42 stitches on size 4 needles and worsted weight yarn to make nice jackets. I decided to keep the jacket I started for Gwen in the photo above.