This pattern, although straight forward and easy, made me frustrated. It’s knit in one piece starting at the corner of one side of the neck. Through a series of decreases and increases you create the front, then back, then back, the front on the other side. However, by doing it this way the first side of the front is decreases and the other side of the front will be increases. The ones in the pattern don’t even come close to matching! :hair: SO… I did one side and back and the put the back stitches on waste yarn, then did the other side and grafted the back stitches together with kitchener. It was the first time I’ve done it in garter so it’s not perfect, but it’s not too bad. I don’t now why the angle didn’t come out right at the neck. I counted the stitches regularly so I know that wasn’t it. I must have been tighter on one side or something. Arrrgg. :hmm: The only seaming is the top of the sleeve/shoulders.
So anyway…overall I’m pleased. It was easy and I want to do another one with different increases/decreases to see if I can match them up so I can do it in one piece.