yes yes it does help
this is the link to the pdf file.
scroll to the "child's placket neck pullover"
what im thinking is that if i do three more rounds (meaning four rounds of the decreasing and one round of the plain knit for each "round" ) then i am going to end up with a great raglan sweater i think, but nowhere for the neck placet
so when they say "repeat last two rounds," im not precicely sure what they mean by "last two rounds" is this a common language for aptterns to call a round a set of decreases that are actually FOUR rounds?
deacrease rnd: *ssk, slip marker, k1, k2tog, knit to within 2 stitches of next marker; repeat from * 3 more times -- 8 stitches decreased, 1 plain knit stitch between each set of paired decreases along raglan line. Knit 1 rnd even. Repeat the last two rounds 3 more times ending last round 28 stitches before end of round.... yoke measures about 1.25 inches above joining
i wish i knew someone in real life who could help me. i know this is such a pain to try and decipher on the net. i appreciate anyone who tries to help me.