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Lisa Shroyer, editor of Knitscene magazine, has compiled a book entitled The Best of Knitscene, featuring a "reworking of Heather Lodinsky's "Central Park Hoodie" [Yarn Market News, January 2012], available from Interweave Press. The links below take you to the pages for the paper version and the eBook version.

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The pattern for the CPH is now available
for purchase from Knitting Daily as a downloadable PDF! The pattern includes expanded sizing for PLUS sizes—52", 56", and 60"!

The Knitting Daily Blog has featured the CPH in some posts:
The CPH--Which Size to Knit?
The Finished Plus Size CPH
The CPH Plus Size Gallery

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Sunday, January 14, 2007

Hello ... and help!

Hi there - I stopped knitting CPH over Christmas with all the pressies I had to knit. Well I'm back to it [back is done] and I'm stuck!

Left Front at the Neck stage.

It says 'keeping in pattern, BO 1 st at neck edge every other row 3 times' - does this mean BO 1 st every neck edge row, or every other neck edge row? Please help!

I'm trying to update my blog with progress pics, but it's just not having it today! Coming soon :)

Nice to meet everyone
Elaine x


Sometimes Unwilling Guru said...

I think it means every second row, total of 3 decreases,I would probably do this on the wrong side for left and right side for right side,if that makes sense,anyone else want to help!?

tiennie said...

I think that when I did mine, I bound off every other row - meaning if I was on the front (knit side) of my work, I would bind off but I wouldn't bind off coming back to the neck edge (purl side). That way if the neck edge is at the beginning of the row - I bind off. If the neck edge is at the end of the row - don't bind off.

soCherry said...

Thanks so much! I can continue on I think - I'm sure it'll be fine - onwards and upwards :)

Elaine x