Thanks for your reply Ingrid!
It’s not just that one row. You helped Andrea when she was in a confusing spot just before that (I saw it in the archives, thanks!). It says to split the front and back (with some confusion about which was which, but that is resolved). Then it says to start with this foundation row (77 sts on needle):
Foundation row (RS): One stitch is on the right hand needle from last BO. K1 from left needle, then P1, SSK, K across row to last 5 sts, K2TOG, P1, K2.
Next row (WS): SLP, P1, K1, P across row to last 3 sts, K1, P1, SLP.
Next row (RS): K2, P1, SSK, K across row to last 5 sts, K2TOG, P1, K2.
[B]Repeat these 2 rows 11 times.[/B]
The back row now has 53 sts.
So I am reading that as it needs to be done on each row. What is confusing is what to do with the working yarn when you do that. Then once you turn the work around and try to knit that stitch, it really looks weird. :think:
When I was doing the SLP at the end of each row I must have done it wrong, because the little ribbing border on that side ended up seed stitch. :wall: