I’m knitting a raglan sweater in the round, bottom up. I’ve been knitting flat to work my neckline, finished the neckline, and have been working to finishing my raglan decreases. I’m not sure what to do with the last stitch in the front of my sweater (before the sleeve). I’ve ssk until I have one stitch remaining, so can’t ssk anymore. If I just sk (not sure if that’s even a thing) then I still have one stitch, thus not fixing the problem. I guess I’m wondering, do I just leave the one stitch there? Or is there a way to get rid of it? Also, I have two stitches remaining on the right front, at the same time as having the one stitch remaining on the left front. Not sure why this is or how to resolve without making things not look symmetrical.
I appreciate anyone who may have some advice!
Also, I’d posted some questions in the past on a different thread, and was lucky enough to have Salmonmac help out. Thought I should post a new thread for this since I’m not sure that my old thread will get seen.
Thank you in advance!!