Usually double YOs aren't split at the beginning and end of the stitch repeat, they'd be written as yo/yf twice. But that's what you do, just wrap the yarn around so there's 2 loops on the needle. The next row you'd treat them as single stitches and knit into 1 of them loops and purl into the other one. I think - in the stitch repeat there's 2 decs to offset the 2 YOs, but not in stitches at the beginning of the first row you posted. Did you get this pattern online and could you post the link to it if you did? There may be something missing that could help us figure it out.
sue- knitting heretic
Last edited by suzeeq : 11-18-2012 at 01:33 PM.