I recently started to knit the Cabled Tweed Jacket found in the pattern booklet "Classic Comfort" 8 Exclusive Sweater Designs to Knit and have come to a road block.
On page 37, the directions for Shaping the Shawl Collar are difficult to understand and I do not know how to proceed. As I read the directions it seems that there is an inc and a dec in the same row on the same stitch about 1/3 of the time. "Keeping patterns correct, dec one st at neck edge on every 6th row following 8 times more AND AT THE SAME TIME, inc one st at the neck edge on every 4th row...."
Another question - does the neck edge mean the stitch between the cable pattern and the moss st. or at the very end of the moss st.?
And another - is there a chart for this pattern