# Day 20 – Finish Sweater Front

HOW MUCH TO KNIT TODAY (PULLOVER)

Today  you will continue your neckline and armhole shaping that you began on day 18. If you happened to forget how much to knit each day, use this equation:

______ Front Neck to Waist Measurement (#10 on Body Measurement Worksheet) ÷ 8 = ______” to knit today.

Once you finish knitting today, your sweater front will be complete!! ​

HOW MUCH TO KNIT TODAY (CARDIGAN)​

Today you will be finishing the left side front of your sweater in the manner you began on Day 17. If you happened to forget how much to knit each day, use this equation:

______ Front Neck to Waist Measurement (#10 on Body Measurement Worksheet) ÷ 4 = ______” to knit today.

Depending on your armhole depth and desired neckline depth you may begin your armhole and/or neckline shaping today. Just in case you do, here are the equations and instructions you’ll need.

After you’re finished knitting today you will have finished both sides of your sweater front!! That means you just have a couple sleeves and some finishing then your sweater will be ready to wear!​

For this section you’ll need your Sweater Measurement Worksheet and Cardigan Sweater Front Worksheet.

LEFT SIDE FRONT ARMHOLE SHAPING

4. _____Sts to Cast On (Use answer from #3) – (( _____Crossback x _____Stitch gauge) ÷ 2) = _____ S ts to be decreased at Armhole

5. _____Sts to be decreased at Armhole ÷ 2 = _____I nitial Bind Off

6. Armhole Depth – _____” Desired Neckline Depth =_____ “

When your piece measures the same as your “body to waist” measurement, begin armhole shaping.

Beginning on the next RS row, bind off _____sts (answer to #​5), work to end.  Then bind off one  stitch at the armhole edge every other row until you have decreased another _____sts (answer to #5. At this point you will have decreased a total of _____sts (answer to #4).

Work even until your armhole measures _____” (answer to #6) from your initial armhole bind off then begin your desired neckline shaping on the next WS row.

​RIGHT SIDE FRONT V-NECK SHAPING

​7. ______Desired Neckline Depth x ______ Row Gauge = ______Rows For Shaping

8. ((_____Neck Measurement ÷2) x ______Stitch Gauge) -_____ Button Band Sts =_____ Front Neck Sts

9. _____Front Neck Sts ÷ 2 = _____ Left Neck Sts

Beginning on the next WS row (should be the opposite edge from the armhole)​, Decrease 1 stitch at the neckline edge, on every RS row until you have decreased _____sts (answer to #9)

Work even until your armhole reaches your armhole depth and you have completed your neckline decreases. BO all remaining sts.​

LEFT SIDE FRONT ROUNDED NECK SHAPING (CREW OR U-NECK)

7. ((_____Neck Measurement ÷2) x ______Stitch Gauge) -_____ Button Band Sts =_____ Front Neck Sts

8. _____Front Neck Sts ÷2 = _____ Left Neck Sts

9. _____ Left Neck Sts x .80 = ____ I nitial Bind Off Sts

10. _____Left Neck Sts x .20 = _____Remaining sts to be decreased​

Beginning on the next WS row (should be the opposite edge from the armhole)​, BO ______sts (answer to #9). Then decrease one  stitch at the neckline edge, on every WS row until you have decreased _____sts (answer to #10)

Work even until your armhole reaches your armhole depth and you have completed your neckline decreases. BO all remaining sts.​