I am working on DROPS pattern z-715, Vintage Rose Jumper.
I knit the body and sleeves (separately) up to arm pit area. I now have sleeves and body together on longer circular needles. My question seems to apply to several DROPS patterns that are bottom up raglans. The instructions have me working “chart A.2” where I am to -----work a yarn over - slip 1 knitwise, k2tog, psso - yo. ----- AT SAME TIME, working raglan instructions before and after A.2, thus before: Beg 2 sts before A.2 and k2tog. And after: slip 1 knitwise, k1, psso.
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The A.2 help comment indicates “arrow in diagram shown st with marker.”
I have four markers placed between all sleeve/body intersections. I guess my question is: where do I actually begin all this maneuvering? I need tow work the BEFORE A.2 raglan decrease, then A.2, then AFTER A.2 raglan decrease.
I know my goal is to decrease for the raglan, but doesn’t the two yarn overs in A.2 create a plus one stitch in itself? A.2 shows a yarn over before and after - slip 1, k2tog, psso.
In general instructions, I had seen something that said the stitch indicated by the marker. Would that be the stitch directly following the marker?