I am working away on this sweater :XX: I have the back and two fronts done. I am now beginning on the sleeves and am trying to make out the pattern. It reads:
When piece measures 2 1/4: increase 1 stitch at each end of needle on a RS row. Work the same set of increases, every 6 rows, until you have increased a total of: 2 rows. :wall:
Then increase 1 stitch at each end of needle every 4 rows: 10 times.
What I think this means is that I am going to increase 2 stitches on the first of the six rows and then another 2 stitches at the beginning of the second 6 rows.
Then 2 stitches on the first of every 4th row after that 10 times.
I didn’t quite understand what it meant to increase every 6 rows until you have increased a total of 2 rows.
Hope someone can help!