Okay, I’m confused. I want to try and make a “regular” sweater (the only one I’ve done is the Elizabeth Zimmerman “surprise” sweater, and that one was knit all in one piece), so I picked one (the manly sweater) out of the Stitch 'n Bitch book. However, I don’t understand part of the pattern instructions. Here’s what it says:
With MC and larger needles, CO 109 sts.
Set-up row: K3, p1, *k5, p1; rep from * to last 3 sts, k3.
Work in k5, p1 rib as set for 17". [B]At the same time,[/B] work 9" in MC, end with a WS row, then work color pattern.
With MC, work 1 row even.[/COLOR]
Okay…so…what in the world does it mean when it says “At the same time,” and what does “work 1 row even” mean?
Thanks in advance for your help!