Did you look at the longer video on making the dropped/elongated stitch scarf? (Video in the Getting Started section). I can't remember, but I think it's different footage than the short video, and might show it better.
Remember to give your knitting a downward tug when you've finished the following row, so it looks long, and not wide and all over the place.
Hope that helps....
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