I think I'm getting a bit of brain burnout here...
This is from a Mary Maxim pattern of 40 years ago. There's a 4-row pattern that's done throughout this shrug, but on vastly different-sized needles for the "cuffs" and the body of the garment. It goes like this:
R 1: (P2 tog) 3x, *(w. fwd. k1) 6x, (p2 tog) 6x, rep from * to last 12 sts, (w. fwd. k1) 6x, (p2 tog) 3x. [This is verbatim from the pattern.]
w. fwd. k1 = yarn forward, k1 ? That's my take...
So, would I just keep row 1 as written, then just knit rounds 2, 3 and 4?
Then, after I get about 10" or so, when I start working it flat until I get to the other sleeve, just start working it as written? :??
I tried the pattern, but in flat knitting...
Thanks for any help.