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Old 03-05-2008, 04:38 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by EmKat View Post
So I put the yarn in front, slip the stitch, then the yarn goes back, or does it stay forward for the K2tog?

The yarn will go back to do the k2tog. You are creating a lace hole and increasing 1 with the yo, decreasing 1 with the k2tog, decreasing another 1 with the passing of the slipped stitch, and then creating another hole and stitch with the second yo. You've added 2 sts and subtracted 2 sts at the same time which means your stitch count at the end of the row should be the same. It does seem pointless but for lace, that's how you knit. Mary
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