I'm a new knitter and might just be taking on a project that is out of my league, but i'm going to give it a go!
Anyway, it is a Katia pattern, and it has a something they call a "double decrease", but it is different than any i've ever done.
The pattern says:
-Slip 2 sts tog as if to knit them, k1, Pass slipped sts over knitted st
My question is, when you slip the first two stitches, do you do slip them one at a time or do you put your needle through both and slip them at the same time?
Also, do you yarn over any differently if you are doing it before a slip 1?
They have another stitch they call a "dropped stitch" that says:
k2tog, yo, slip 1, k1, psso. Would i YO like i would before a knit stitch?
Thanks for your help in advance!