I am working on a baby sweater that has bobbles and eyelet on the front. For the yoke I am to work four rows for the eyelet and so when I do the neck shaping I have to decrease at the neck edge. On the wrong side I am purling until I get to the last five sts that is when I K1(P1,K1) twice to maintain the rib for the buttonband. I have 40 sts on the needle and on my first row of neck shaping I am to P29sts, slip remain 11sts onto st holder. My question is
on my next row it says dec work across 28sts so that means I only need to dec one at the neck edge because I have the 11sts on the holder. But to maintain the pattern for the next row, which is
K2, P1, K1, P1, K7, YO, slip 1, K1, PSSO *K8, YO, slip etc.
Since I took off 11sts the K2, P1, K1, P1 is gone and then I have one stitch left from the K7 so since I have to K2tog I am taking one st from K7 and one from YO, I don’t know what I am doing wrong but I cant seem to get the pattern back.
When I slip 1, K1, psso it looks like the psso is too far to the left.
How do I maintain this pattern. :shrug: