I have a question about a YO before a SKP. I know to move the yarn to the front and then to slip knit-wise. But after I slip the stitch, do I then move the yarn to the back for the knit stitch or leave it in front? Thanks for the help.
When are you bringing the yarn to the front?
Which side of the work are you on?
You bring the yarn to the front, then back to the back OVER the needle then slip a stitch (knitwise) then knit the next stitch and then pass the slipped stitch over the knitted stitch.
OK, here’s the pattern.
Row 1 (rs): P5, *K2, YO, sl 1, K1, psso, P4: rep from * to last st, P1.
So, the YO should be done as it it’s between two purl stitches? I thought that between two knit stitches, you just bring it forward.
It still has to go the the back anyway so either way would work. It’s just gonna look a little weird until you pass that slipped stitch over the knit stitch. So be careful that you are passing the correct stitch over the knitted stitch.
OK, thanks for your help! It’s much appreciated.
No prob hun. glad I could help!!