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Old 09-22-2011, 07:32 PM   #5
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The sl and psso are not separate, there's a k1 or k2tog between them and it's all part of a decrease. That's why you have less stitches, but the YOs offset them and every sl k2tog, psso has a yo before and after it. So see if you're doing them right, just wrap the yarn around the needle as if doing a knit st except the R needle isn't in a st on the L needle.
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