I’m knitting this sweater:
and I have a quick question. This sweater is knit all in one piece with a seam up the sides to finish. I’m at the portion of the pattern where I have to BO stitches to create the two front sides. Actually, I have two questions. HAHA.
The pattern says: “With WS facing, pattern across 108 stitches, BO 36 stitches pattern to end. (I get this part) NEXT ROW: (and this is where I’m struggling) pattern across, ending CO 25 sts. Place remaining stitches on holders for left front.” SO…I’m casting off working in both directions? Do I knit one way, cast off a few then work to the end…then turn it around and do what? knit to the last 25 and cast those off?
Can I just keep both sides on the needles and knit them both at the same time with two balls of yarn? That seems MUCH more organized to me. Or is that going to be a pain in the butt?