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I am using the following pattern to make knitted undersleeves.
I posted here about the first phase of progress.
Alternating the stitch on the needle and the cast on stitches did successfully create the first puff.
In the pattern, they say to alternate the stitches on the needle and then attach the white wool and knit 2 together across the row, thus sealing the seam, creating the puff and getting the stitch count back to 36. Then you are to knit one more in white, 2 in color and one in white. Then another 23 are knit in color. If you are only using one color like I am, knit 2 together for 1 row and then knit 27 more rows. This will create a band. I am assuming the band will sit next to the skin and will be the support that holds the two puffs in position.
I will let you know how that goes!