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2MC048K2P2The sweater is knit cuff-to-cuff, with the entire body in one piece.
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4MC048K2P2
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6MC048K2P2
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8MC048K2P2
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10White048K2P2For machine knit version, I usually start here with cast on 48 with waste yarn, but don't rib, and then add the ribbing after
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12MC250K
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14MC050K
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18MC052K
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20White254K
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22MC054K
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24MC256K
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26MC056K
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58White78140KThese 78 stitches are cast on, half on each end of the existing garment, using e-wrap cast on, then two full rows are knit across them.
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60MC0140KThis short section of full length stitching forms the first shoulder.
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62MC0140K
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70MC-170K-170KThe front and back sections are worked separately, with the other half of the needles just waiting in D position. The decreases/increases happen at the center of the work to form the neck hole.
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72MC-169K-169K
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144White170K170KWhen you've worked both front and back, all the stitches should be back in work and the row count should be even, so you can go back to working the two halves together as one long row.
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