I don’t have a link that would show the pattern, but let me type in what the whole section says. First, I will type what the abbreviations are as stated in the pattern:
Abbreviations: tlpy: this means turn and loop yarn and is worked as folls: “work the number of sts instructed. Turn work so that the other side is facing you with yarn at back. Slip first st on rh ndl to lh ndl, bring yarn towards you between slipped st and sts on rh ndl, slip st back to rh ndl from lh ndl and work back acrosss sts just worked, leaving sts on rh ndl resting and unworked” ([COLOR=“black”][COLOR=“Red”][I]Okay, I know this is just basically describing how to do a wrap and a short row, no problem there)[/I][/COLOR][/COLOR]Now, here is where you start doing these supposed tlpy’s:
(p.s. there are now 33 sts on the needle to begin this part. Note that I am showing the exact way the rows are broken down, and they are not numbered.):
and foll 2 alt rows P. [COLOR=“Red”]”](HUH???)[/COLOR]
K to end.
& foll 2 alt rows K.
[COLOR=“red”][I]End of this part of instructions.[/I][/COLOR]
I wish I could send you the pattern link, but this is the best I can do. The part I am working on is the shaping for the back of the neck. I am guessing that the short rows make the neck a little shorter than where it will meet the shoulder seam. The basic pattern is done in stockinette (K one row, P one row)