Frying my brain and I’m sure I’m having a dumb moment so this shouldn’t be hard…
Working on the little Mary’s romper. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/little-marys-jumpsuit
I’m doing 12-18 months which is the second to last size listed. I just finished purling a row other than the first and last stitch (row 6 in pattern) and If I understand correctly should be now ready to join in the round and work on row 5 again (pattern row 27) which is made up of knit stitches. When I go to join w yarn trailing from right needle, I am knitting into the back right panel of the vent instead of left and of course a knit stitch creates a bump where it shouldn’t. Am I missing something? Should I be joining at a row 6 instead?
Thank you for helping a brain dead mama tonight
attached a photo of what I assumed would be my next step to join (clearly not the case).
Knit the raglan increase and the pattern in this row using the diagram You’ll find the diagram on pages 7-10
Continue knitting the diagram (right back) (they then proceed to include raglan instructions for sleeve, back to pattern for front, sleeve, and pattern for left back).
Knit 1st and last st, all other sts purl
Repeat 5th and 6th til you’ve knitted 10 (12) 14 (17) needles with raglan increases – you are now in diagram’s row 19 (21) 27 (35). The vent is now done.
Join the work from the right side. Place a marker at the joint (mid-back = mbm). The work is now knitted in rounds from the right side on circular needles.
1st round As 5th row
2nd round Knit all sts