# Raglan decrease

I am so confused right now. I am kind of new to knitting but I do not understand this part of my pattern:
When back measures 8 3/4", bind off 3 sts each side for armholes i.e
bind off in beg of next 2 rows = 32 sts.
Work 3 rows and then start dec for raglan each side (see Decreasing above) on every other row as follows:
1st 7 times and then on every row 1 st 2 times.
Bind off remaining 14 sts.
Piece measures approx 13½"

I have done everything up to the 1 st 7 times every other row. How do I do that?
Do I take 1 st of at the beginning of say row 1 row 3 row 5 row 7? That is only 4 sts and 7 rows and then 2 more sts for a total of 6sts. and I need to be left with 14. I am not understanding this. Thank you,

Welcome to KnittingHelp!
The directions somewhere above the actual pattern tell you how to make the decreases, usually one or two sts in from the ends. Yes, decrease on row 1,3,5,7,9,11,13,14,15. Remember the decrease instruction is to dec at [I]each[/I] end of row, so at the beginning and at the end of the row. That’ll dec enough sts to get to 14sts.

Got it! Thank you for the help!!