How to increase to saddle shoulder by working 5 stitches in the same stitch

Tags: jackets, neck warmers, ponchos, saddle shoulder, sweaters,

In this DROPS video we show how to increase to saddle shoulders by working 5 stitches in the same stitch. Only the front and back pieces the stitches increases, the number of shoulder stitches remains the same. We put 4 markes (the markers show witch stich we will do the increases in) and 4 marker threads (the marking threads show the difference between the sleeves, front and back piece) in the work. We start the video by showing how to put the markers and markers thread at the same time we do a YO over the markers threads. On the next round, slip the yarn overs at each marker thread off the needle; this is so the stitches before and after the increases for the saddle shoulders are not tight. We show 2 rounds with increases. You do need to read the pattern how to increase in the stitch with marker. We use the yarn DROPS Snow in the video You’ll find a pattern using this technique by clicking on one off the pictures below.

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