I’ve been an occasional, simple knitter for years. But sometimes simple is just too boring - which is probably why it’s been only occasional. Then awhile ago I took on a lace project and the challenge woke me up to all the possibilities in crafting knitted fabric, and I am loving it. Therefore, I have much to learn and do and I’m working on a pattern right now with a step that has me wondering which way is the right way.
Here’s the step: …P1* (end of repeat), (beg. of repeat) yo, sl1, k2tog, psso… And here’s my question: the P1 leaves the yarn forward - is that considered the yo at the beg. of the next repeat, leaving the yarn fwd for the Sl1? And if it is, do I move the yarn back to k position for the k2tog?
So, if anyone knows the ‘right way’, I’d love to hear it. My logic says ‘leave the yfwd as the yo’, but one thing I’ve learned is that my logic up against the ways of knitting isn’t always logical. And sometimes it’s just smarter to ask someone more knitting savvy than I…rather than Frog it over & over! (that’s to show I Did read the abbreviations page : ) )
Anyway, let me know if you know! And thanks.