Putting the front and back together

If you take the time to count rows as you knit up the back (which we recommend in the earlier section, "Knitting the back") and you make the front the exact same number of rows, you can use the nearly invisible and fun-to-do mattress stitch to seam them together. If, on the other hand, you rely on measuring your pieces to check their sameness, you don't necessarily have the exact same number of rows in both front and back pieces, and you have to seam up your sweater by using the less-than-wonderful backstitch. Head to Chapter 16 for a variety of ways to assemble sweater pieces.

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