I’m making the Gansey Sweater and I’m at the instructions for the sleeves:
[B]Using smaller needles, CO 28 sts. Work K2 P2 ribbing for 2", inc 1 st in center of final row — 29 sts. Change to larger needles and work in st st, inc 1 st at beg and end of every 4th row 17 times — 63 sts. Continue without shaping until piece measures 13" from beg. K next 6 rows. BO.[/B]
I’ll reach 13" in 6 or 8 rows, not more than that, but still have 24 rows of increases left to do. Do I simply stop the increases once I reach 13", even if I haven’t reached 63 sts ([I]I highly doubt this is the answer, but thought I’d ask anyway[/I])? Should I go back and increase every 3rd row, instead of every 4th?
What would you do?