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I’m almost finished with the yoke on the EPS cardigan – just a few more rows to go. I’m very happy with the newer version. I was going to start the yoke patterning 1″ above the sleeve join, but then I decided to add two sets of short rows before starting the colorwork. Since I started and ended the short rows partway into the front yoke, it really made the colorwork start about 1 1/2″ above the join instead. I did chart A, and then the first decrease. Taking a look at where I’d need to do the second decrease, I decided to enlarge chart B by adding a couple of extra rows, so I could do the second decrease right after it. So far it seems to be going well, though I won’t know for sure until I get the entire yoke finished.
It fits well, and I like how it looks so far. I’m really glad I decided to do a cardigan – I think it would be much too hot for me to wear as a pullover.