work even in knitting

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yvonne jones wrote
on Aug 27, 2013 7:17 PM

I always assumed that work even was a repeat of the last rnd or row I worked. The directions I’m reading say: Work 3 rnds even. When I researched;  work even, the explanation read: work even - work without increasing or decreasing in the established pattern. 

The pattern I’m attempting to figure out is Barnard Raglan Interweave Knits Fall 2013. pg. 22 (middle column)

Shape raglan armholes: Work 2 rnds in patt. Set-up rnd*K1, pm, for new beg of Left Cable chart, M1L, work to 1 st before raglan m, M1R, pm for new end of Right Cable chart, k1; rep from * 3 more times - 8 sts inc’d: 2 sts in ea. section between raglan m. Work 3 rnds even.

Thanks in advance for your help.

YJ


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salmonmac wrote
on Aug 28, 2013 5:40 AM

Yes, that's the definition of work even, continue the pattern rows without shaping. So you would follow the pattern sts and cables as you have set them up but without the M1 increases.

 

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