Sleeve Cap Measurements For Briar Rose Vintage KAL Sleeve Cap Post

These examples are using my own measurements. Feel free to print this list to make it easier to gather your numbers.

Measurement L: ½ armscye perimeter of sweater (in inches)
My Measurement L: 9 inches
Your Measurement L: ______ inches

Measurement M: width of what you bind off on the first row at the armhole (in stitches and inches)
My Measurement M: 6 sts, .92 inches
Your Measurement M: _____ sts, ______ inches

Measurement N: width of sleeve at the upper arm (in stitches, and inches)
My Measurement N: 86 sts,  13 inches
Your Measurement N: _____ sts, ______ inches

Measurement O: ½ width of sleeve at the upper arm after bind off (in stitches, and inches)
My Measurement O: 37 sts,  5.69 inches
Your Measurement O: _____ sts, ______ inches

Measurement P: width of the top of sleeve cap (in stitches and inches)
My Measurement P: 28 sts, 4.3 inches (pleated) or 20 sts, 3 inches (fitted)
Your Measurement P: _____ sts, ______ inches

Measurement Q: ½ the width at the top of sleeve cap (adjusted if using pleats)
My Measurement Q from this step: 1.5 inches (fitted)
Your Measurement Q: ______ inches

Measurement R: length of the slope of sleeve cap (in inches)
My Measurement R from this step: 6.58 inches
Your Measurement L: ______ inches

Measurement S: height of the sleeve cap (in rows and inches)
My Measurement S, paper and ruler method: 52 rows, 5.19 inches
My Measurement S, math method: 52 rows, 5.07 inches
**note I later bumped my Measurement S up to 60 to make for a better example.
Your Measurement S: _____ rows, ______ inches

Measurement T: width decreased by sleeve cap on one side (in inches)
My Measurement T: 4.19 inches
Your Measurement T: ______ inches

Measurement U: number of stitches on the needle after initial bind off rows of sleeve cap
My measurement U: 74 sts
Your Measurement U: ______ sts

Measurement V: number of decreases to work per side of the sleeve cap
My measurement V: 26 sts
Your Measurement V: ______ sts