slip 1 wyif question

I have a pattern that says to p1 then sl 1 wyif. Am I to assume that I go through the back when I sl 1?

Slip 1 wyif means that you have the yarn in front of the work and slip one stitch from the left needle to the right needle purlwise without working the stitch.

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Just curious. What are the next couple of stitches immediately following p1, sl 1 wyif?

thank you so much. :slight_smile: I did it wrong but now i know!

It does the p1 sl 1 wyif repeat for the entire round and then the next round is all knit.

That’s perfect. If the slip one is part of a decrease you would slip knitwise. Since this slip on isn’t followed by a decrease, slipping purlwise, as Metylda said is spot on.

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