I am going through this pattern and came across this section on page two. I will post the link to the PDF of the full pattern in a reply to this (can’t post a link since this is my first post :happydance: )
Round 3: k 14, skp; *k 13, skp. Repeat from * 4 times. [U]On the 4th skp, you will slip the stitch, remove marker, knit the next stitch and skp.[/U] Replace marker. (Your marker will travel 1 stitch to the left).
I am somewhat confused about what is meant by the underlined section.
It appears to me that of the 15 stitches of each “region” 13 are knits and the other two are the skp. I am not sure what the instruction means.
Do I continue with the skp (finishing out the section) then basically skp again? My concern with that is that the next section will then have 1 less stitch than the other sections (which the instructions make no mention of).
My other thought is since it mentions removing the marker after skipping the stitch (which would normally be behind the 15th stitch) then maybe they mean to knit the 14th stitch then skp on the 15th stitch and the first stitch of the next section. (same result as above, though).
Any help or advise would be greatly appreciated! I figured this might be a common phrase that I am unfamiliar with (I am a relatively new knitter), but I couldn’t find anything about it online.