Knitting: Divide for neck?
Please help! I'm knitting a sweater for my boyfriend this Christmas and am having trouble with part of the pattern: Divide for Neck: Keeping continuity of Pat, work through the first 33 (36, 39, 42, 45) STS turn real STS and put on a stand. December 1 at the neck edge every row until St 30 (33, 36, 39, 42) STS real, then each row of the right to 27 (30, 33, 36, 39) STS real. Of work including patterns until the front measures 24 1 / 2 (25 1 / 2, 26 1 / 2, 27 1 / 2, 28 1 / 2) "from beg, end P row. K 4 rows." What points are the remaining points (if not the 36 that just worked, then there are about 50 of them)? Do I have to decrease on both sides (both stitches on the holder and worked only 36 points)? Please help me ASAP! I really want this to be perfect. Thank you!
The "outstanding issues" are the others the 36 just worked and put in a headline. Do nothing with the stitches on the holder, until you are told to collect them and use them. If you look beyond the addresses, be a place where they tell you to do that, and then what to do with them once you do.
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