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I wanted the bell shaped sleeves to have a nice drape instead of hanging too stiff, that’s why I choose this yarn and went up one needle size. I suggest you pick a yarn with a natural drape like angora, mohair or if you rather make it a summer sweater try a cotton mix with bamboo or silk. Don’t forget to make a swatch and see if you do get that drapey look.
bo: bind off
k2tog (right-leaning decrease): knit 2 together
M1L (left-leaning increase): Insert left needle, from front to back, under strand of yarn which runs between last stitch on left needle and first stitch on right needle; knit this stitch through back loop. 1 stitch increased.
M1R (right-leaning increase): Insert left needle, from back to front, under strand of yarn which runs between last stitch on left needle and first stitch on right needle; knit this stitch through front loop. 1 stitch increased.
pm: place marker
skp (left-leaning decrease): slip stitch, knit 1, pass slipped stitch over
sm: slip marker
RS: right side (uneven rows)
WS: wrong side (even rows)