I’m having a hard time deciphering the instructions for the Harrow pattern on Page Fifty of this magazine. I’m working on the shaped sweater and I’ve just reached the point on the Front where the instructions say “Work as for Back until eighteen less rows have been worked than on Back to start of shoulder shaping”. Then they proceed to describe a number of rows and decreases for those rows, ending with a straight knit until the armhole reaches 20 centimteres. So do I decrease the straight knitting part by eighteen rows? The wool is very fine and the needles are small so I really don’t want to have to undo the thing. Any advice at this point would be most welcome.