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My intention was to knit five bright sweaters against winter depression. The first one is grey-turqoise, the second orange-green-blue, the third one  simply red. The fourth and the last so far is purple-turquiose (leftover yarn from the first sweater)-white-pink. I’ve chosen a cheep yarn as I didn’t want to spend a lot of money on the idea. All sweaters are knitted top down with thick yarn and 7 mm needles,  a circular one and a set of dpns as the sweater is knitted in rounds.

Cast on 72 stitches on three dpns. Knit 2, purl 2 as many rounds as you want the border long. Then knit one round. The stiches are devided: 8 stitches for the sleeves and 28 stitches for the back and front of the sweater. In every second round make increases for the raglan (8 in total). Between the increases you knit  or purl 2. The beginning of the round is between two increases of the one sleeve on the back.

Second round: Place a stitchmarker. It marks the beginning of the round. Knit 1, increase, knit 6, increase, knit 2, increase, knit 26, increase, knit 2, increase, knit 6, increase, knit 2, increase, knit 26, increase, knit 1 (a total of 80 stitches: 72 stiches plus 8 increases ). Knit 1 round without increases. Next round: Be careful to have 2 stitches between the increases so the sleeves, the front and the back get wider and wider.  After about three increase rounds you can change to the circular needle.

Dear Family Whisperer,

I'm 13, and during the recent search for colleges, my sister has become very stressed. She has breakdowns on a weekly basis, crying about how she'll never get in anywhere. Because of this, my parents haven't paid any attention to me for over a month. At dinner, they just talk to my sister. They sometimes forget to pick me up from school, even though I'm half a block away. They apologize for forgetting, but I really feel like I don't matter anymore. Any suggestions?

Welcome to family life, Neglected Son! I love your question, because many children feel this way at one time or another. That's because a family is a group of "I's -- individuals -- who are very different from one another and need different things at different times. Everyone should get equal attention -- not just the kids; the adults, too. But sometimes, the balance tips in one person's direction.

Think of it as your family "play." Your sister has the "lead" role and it seems as if all eyes are on her. It's probably not just your parents. Your grandparents, other extended family members and close friends are part of the "audience," too. I wouldn't be surprised if they even ask you, "Has Sis heard anything about college yet?"

[Daily Double statistics] [Final Jeopardy! Round statistics] [Miscellaneous statistics] [Shore's Conjecture games] [FJ!s]

[Daily Double statistics] [Final Jeopardy! Round statistics] [Miscellaneous statistics] [Shore's Conjecture games] [FJ!s]

My intention was to knit five bright sweaters against winter depression. The first one is grey-turqoise, the second orange-green-blue, the third one  simply red. The fourth and the last so far is purple-turquiose (leftover yarn from the first sweater)-white-pink. I’ve chosen a cheep yarn as I didn’t want to spend a lot of money on the idea. All sweaters are knitted top down with thick yarn and 7 mm needles,  a circular one and a set of dpns as the sweater is knitted in rounds.

Cast on 72 stitches on three dpns. Knit 2, purl 2 as many rounds as you want the border long. Then knit one round. The stiches are devided: 8 stitches for the sleeves and 28 stitches for the back and front of the sweater. In every second round make increases for the raglan (8 in total). Between the increases you knit  or purl 2. The beginning of the round is between two increases of the one sleeve on the back.

Second round: Place a stitchmarker. It marks the beginning of the round. Knit 1, increase, knit 6, increase, knit 2, increase, knit 26, increase, knit 2, increase, knit 6, increase, knit 2, increase, knit 26, increase, knit 1 (a total of 80 stitches: 72 stiches plus 8 increases ). Knit 1 round without increases. Next round: Be careful to have 2 stitches between the increases so the sleeves, the front and the back get wider and wider.  After about three increase rounds you can change to the circular needle.

[Daily Double statistics] [Final Jeopardy! Round statistics] [Miscellaneous statistics] [Shore's Conjecture games] [FJ!s]

My intention was to knit five bright sweaters against winter depression. The first one is grey-turqoise, the second orange-green-blue, the third one  simply red. The fourth and the last so far is purple-turquiose (leftover yarn from the first sweater)-white-pink. I’ve chosen a cheep yarn as I didn’t want to spend a lot of money on the idea. All sweaters are knitted top down with thick yarn and 7 mm needles,  a circular one and a set of dpns as the sweater is knitted in rounds.

Cast on 72 stitches on three dpns. Knit 2, purl 2 as many rounds as you want the border long. Then knit one round. The stiches are devided: 8 stitches for the sleeves and 28 stitches for the back and front of the sweater. In every second round make increases for the raglan (8 in total). Between the increases you knit  or purl 2. The beginning of the round is between two increases of the one sleeve on the back.

Second round: Place a stitchmarker. It marks the beginning of the round. Knit 1, increase, knit 6, increase, knit 2, increase, knit 26, increase, knit 2, increase, knit 6, increase, knit 2, increase, knit 26, increase, knit 1 (a total of 80 stitches: 72 stiches plus 8 increases ). Knit 1 round without increases. Next round: Be careful to have 2 stitches between the increases so the sleeves, the front and the back get wider and wider.  After about three increase rounds you can change to the circular needle.

Dear Family Whisperer,

I'm 13, and during the recent search for colleges, my sister has become very stressed. She has breakdowns on a weekly basis, crying about how she'll never get in anywhere. Because of this, my parents haven't paid any attention to me for over a month. At dinner, they just talk to my sister. They sometimes forget to pick me up from school, even though I'm half a block away. They apologize for forgetting, but I really feel like I don't matter anymore. Any suggestions?

Welcome to family life, Neglected Son! I love your question, because many children feel this way at one time or another. That's because a family is a group of "I's -- individuals -- who are very different from one another and need different things at different times. Everyone should get equal attention -- not just the kids; the adults, too. But sometimes, the balance tips in one person's direction.

Think of it as your family "play." Your sister has the "lead" role and it seems as if all eyes are on her. It's probably not just your parents. Your grandparents, other extended family members and close friends are part of the "audience," too. I wouldn't be surprised if they even ask you, "Has Sis heard anything about college yet?"

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