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Armhole shaping
Posted by: Sr. Anne Bartol (IP Logged)
Date: December 26, 2008 03:17PM

I am making a baby jacket and this part of the directions says:

Armhole shaping: with right side facing and larger size hook, join CC with slip st in fourth Cluster; ch 5, skip next 5 Clusters, slip st in next Cluster; finish off.

Does this mean I basically sew together the fourth cluster and then join it with the tenth cluster with a slip stitch to create an armhole? If so, why am I sewing together the fourth cluster ("Join CC with slip stitch in fourth Cluster") instead of just joining it with the tenth cluster?

Thank you for your help!



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  Armhole shaping Sr. Anne Bartol 12/26/2008 03:17PM
  Re: Armhole shaping KT 12/26/2008 04:18PM


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