I am a beginner knitter, knitting a sweater on circular needles.
Everything has been fine until now…I had to cast on stitches in the middle of a row–I had 10 stitches and I cast on 29 more to make 39 stitches on my needle. Having done that, I am told to now work the “Full Stitch Pattern” for several rows. My confusion is that the Full Stitch Pattern is 20 stitches. How do the 39 stitches on my needle work with the 20-stitch Full Stitch Pattern? Even if I repeat the Full Stitch Pattern, that should equal 40 stitches–one stitch too many for my needle, right?
A note–the Full Stitch Pattern is this: “*K1, (yo,k1) 3 times, (ssk) 3 times, (k2tog) 3 times, rep from *, k1”
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Meredith in Ohio