I’m working on pattern 10 (Goodall) in the Berroco Norah Gaughan Vol. 5 booklet. As part of the pattern, I’m supposed to do some cabling. The part that has me a bit worried is the following switch between two cables next to one another.
The first cable: sl 2 sts to cn and hold in back. k2, (k2tog, yo) from cn.
The second cable: sl 2 sts to cn and hold in front, yo, ssk, k2 from cn.
Basically, between the first cable and the second cable, I find that I have to do two yarnovers in a row. I’ve been accomplishing this thus far by just wrapping the yarn around the needle twice, but I’m not sure if that’s correct. Am I supposed to bring the working yarn between the needles or use some other technique to somehow “separate” the yarnovers? Any advice would be appreciated. It has seemed a bit awkward thus far; I always feel like I should be dropping the second half of the “double yarnover” in subsequent rows.