There are times when it is great to be able to step back and laugh at yourself.
The current Trellis "situation" is one of those times. When I've made three body pieces and have three different armhole heights.
Here we have the three pieces with the three armhole heights.
I give you a side by side comparison to illustrate that the fronts don't match, either.
So just what does a knitting geek do? She grabs her drafting pencil and scale, along with some correctly gauged knitting paper. Aha! The back is just about the right height1.
For a closer look at the graph
Oy is Right. This doesn't really upset me all that much because of two reasons. 1. This is my first sweater/cardi (okay, the second, but it will be first completed) and 2. I planned on redoing the front for a neater button band.
1 And note, the back is one row off, too. Hah. Somewhere near the cable straightaway sides where I must have assumed I'd already advanced my little round row counter. I sharpened the pics a bit so you can see more knit detail.
Any suggestions for button bands? This one calls for seed stitch.