Originally Posted by MrsBknits
First of all, I'm new to this site, and to be honest relatively new to knitting, so hello!
I was gifted a lovely knit the nativity book for christmas by my mother-in-law, so I thought I'd make an early start for next year (there's a lot of parts to it, so it may take me some time!) but I've already encountered a problem..
if I have 29 stitches and then work the following row, how many stitches should this leave me with?
(yrn, k3, sl1, k2tog, psso, k3, y.fwd, k1) twice, then y.fwd, k3, sl1, k2tog, psso, k3 ?
the next row is yrn then purl to end, resulting in 29 stitches total, which suggests the row before gives 28 stitches, but I'm not sure how?? I must be going wrong somewhere as I seem to be gaining stitches Should y.fwd give me a stitch? I thought it just meant bring yarn to front of work?
Thanks in advance for any help!
I must be counting it wrong 'cause I can only make 20 stitches out of the row you listed. the y.fwd shouldn't give you another stitch (not on purpose anyway
) but I think the yrn will... like a YO would. But you also have a double decrease (sl1, k2tog, psso) in the same repeat and another one at the end of the line. So...
I'll be interested in seeing the answer to this one too.