Well, I’m almost through with my new baby’s cute sleeper. I’ll post the part of the pattern I’m working on, and here you have 2 pictures of what it should look like and what I’ve done so far.
There was a note at the beginning that said, [B]“This is worked on in one piece to armhole, then divided to work fronts and back separately.”[/B] There is another note by the picture that says, [B]“Pieces include two edge stitches. Dashed lines indicated continuous rounds.”[/B]
So here’s the pattern (I finished much of the beginning (BODY) that I don’t think has much to do with what we’re doing here):
Leaving all sts on circular needle, work even on 32 sts until Back measures approximately 4 1/2" (11.5 cm) from armhole bind-off, ending by working a purl row.
Last 2 Rows: Bind off 7 sts, work across: 18 sts
Slip remaining sts onto st holder.[/B]
I’ve done that so far. Here’s what I’m getting to now:
With wrong side facing and beginning at underarm, work even on 16 sts until Right Front measures approximately 3" (7.5 cm) from armhole bind-off, ending by working a purl row.[/B]
So… my yarn is at the top pf the back that I finished, and now it wants me to move to a lower part that’s still on the needle. Won’t that leave a string of yarn connnecting them in a most strange way? I’m really not understanding how to get from one part to the other.