Thank you Lorenzamagnifica, because you have found out an interesting site with a wonderful page about BSJ, that is referred to as e piece of knitted engineering. I immediately noticed I cast on in the opposite direction compared to the one fixed by EZ. The final result will be the same, but I think the direction proposed by Zimmermann is "obviously" the most favourable, because you reach the button band at the end of your work, when you simply have to pick up the stitches along front pieces. On the contrary, I started with the front band and then I had to join it to the back piece as work was rising up until I reached the edge-point in which you start shaping front. This isn't wrong in itself, but it's more difficult...as a knitter-engineer I was lacking in the optimization phase, but everything is perfectible!
Have a good time if you are trying this with me!
Did you wonder why I lay my knits on the same wicker basket?
Vi siete chiesti perchè distendo i miei lavori a maglia sempre sullo stesso cesto di vimini?