I am knitting a sweater and am done with the body. The next part is the side slits. The sweater is knitted with round needles. The beginning of the round is where I connected the sweater in the center of the front.
When I create the front bottom section that has the side slits the directions say to k to within three stitches of the markers (where the side slits are going to be) p3 remove marker. (So the way I figure it that has created 1 row on half of the front.) When I am supposed to knit back to the other marker it has created 2 rows on one half of the front and one row on the other half. I know this sounds so confusing but after doing about 6 rows it is evident that one side of the front slit section is longer than the other.
What should I do to fix this. I am going to rip what I have done so far and start at the beginning again.
I hope I have not totally confused anyone out there!