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One full repeat of the 28-stitch Norwegian Rose motif. This pink row on the left is a repeat of the first row on the right and will be shared by the two adjoining motifs.
that idea bothers you, mirror the motif at the underarms using one of the methods described for a pullover.
When using horizontal bands from several different charts with no unifying or aligning pattern repeat between them, you may do as you wish for the lower patterns—but when you begin to knit from the chart that will end up at the shoulders, the design must be mirror-imaged at the underarms or it will be annoyingly misaligned at the shoulder tops.
All of the above is applicable to texture motifs as well.
Using these tricks, you can adjust a given color pattern to fit any stitch count tor any size, at any gauge.
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