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cast on 76[76, 92, 92, 92, 108, 108] sts. Work the following six rounds for the collar:
Rnd 1: Work in seed stitch, placing markers after each set of sts as follows: 9[9, 13, 13, 13, 17, 17] sts for first sleeve, pm, 29[29, 33, 33, 33, 37, 37] sts for the front, pm, 9[9, 13, 13, 13, 17, 17] sts for second sleeve, pm, 29[29, 33, 33, 33, 37, 37] sts for the back. If using a shorter circular to work in the round, place a 4th marker for the beginning of the round.
Rnd 2: * Kfb, work in seed stitch to one st before marker, kfb, slip marker (sm), repeat from * around: 84[84, 100, 100, 100, 116, 116] sts.
Rnds 3-6: Repeat Rnds 1 and 2, twice: 100[100, 116, 116, 116, 132, 132] sts.

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sameera

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This is a sweater pattern?
The numbers in the brackets [ ] correspond to the size you are making. In the information section, it will list the different sizes. Find the size you want to make, then count over to the matching cast on. Example: 28" chest,[30", 32", 34", 36", 38," 40"]. If you are making a 34" chest, count over 3 numbers in the brackets, 92 sts. This is the number to cast on. You should circle all of these throughout the pattern for your size.

Seed stitch is *k1, p1* repeat and do the opposite on the other side. If it is circular, where you knitted, purl; and where you purled, knit on the next round.
PM means to place a marker.
Kfb means to knit front and back, giving you two stitches in one place, increasing before each marker.

Hope this helps.
Susan