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I always seem to modify patterns. The pzttern (Day of the Week) called for size 7 needles for ribbing and more stitches, then decrease stitches and switch to size 8 needles. I decided this would pull the ribbing in too much so, I just cast on the number of stitches in the body and used size 8 needles. Wednesday's sweater is more straight. I am almost done with the back. I should finish it today. I will post a picture when it is finished.
 

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I always seem to modify patterns. The pzttern (Day of the Week) called for size 7 needles for ribbing and more stitches, then decrease stitches and switch to size 8 needles. I decided this would pull the ribbing in too much so, I just cast on the number of stitches in the body and used size 8 needles. Wednesday's sweater is more straight. I am almost done with the back. I should finish it today. I will post a picture when it is finished.
What you did makes sense and it’s good you thought about it before doing the suggested decreases. I look forward to see the final product.
 

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I always seem to modify patterns. The pzttern (Day of the Week) called for size 7 needles for ribbing and more stitches, then decrease stitches and switch to size 8 needles. I decided this would pull the ribbing in too much so, I just cast on the number of stitches in the body and used size 8 needles. Wednesday's sweater is more straight. I am almost done with the back. I should finish it today. I will post a picture when it is finished.
Great modification. It sounds like it is coming along.
 

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