Simple Vertical buttonhole

A vertical buttonhole (see Figure 17-7) is stretchier than a cast-off horizontal buttonhole. You work each side of the buttonhole with a separate ball of yarn. Test it with your buttons to know how many rows to work to achieve the right size hole. The instructions that follow are for working this buttonhole in 1 x 1 ribbing, where you can place the buttonhole in the purl trough to camouflage it.

Figure 17-7:

Vertical buttonhole.

Figure 17-7:

Vertical buttonhole.

Buttonhole Rows
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