Originally Posted by suzeeq
This is a decrease, so the stitch should be slipped as if to knit, the tips will not be point to point.
I need clarification, because I don't see this as a decrease?
(sl 1 wyib, k 1, yo, psso the k st and yo st) twice
You start with two stitches.
Slip the first
Knit the second
Yarn over would give you a third stitch.
When you pass the slip stitch over the Knit and Yarn Over you drop one stitch. However, don't you still have knit stitch and yarn over on the needle.
I am so CORNfused?