Knitting baby cardigan

Knitting baby cardigan

I am stuck and need some help.
New to knitting and trying to make a wee cardi for my LO but having finished the back I now have no idea what to.
The instructions say - Next 2 rows: Cast on 36 sts knit to end (134sts).
What does this mean I do?
I have already got 62 sts so I have to cast on two losts of 36sts but if I cast on 36 and knit to end then surely one arm will be a row of stitches lower then the second lot of 36?

Training Mummy

Training Mummy is a 30 something mum to two beautiful children - a girl born February 2014 and a boy born in October 2015.

6 comments :

  1. in knitting you often have that one side is one row lower then the other, when starting out that confused me a lot ;) but it normally works out in the end, and looks even on both arms. :)

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  2. you're very welcome, glad I could help

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