I'm knitting the Mon Petit Chou from Knitty. Here's the problem: I'm making the largest size which has you CO 111 sts w/ an invisible CO. After some rows of knitting and creating eyelets, you purl the working edge sts tog with the CO edge sts. This creates a lovely little scallop edge. Well, 14 sts from the CO are put on a st holder for later, the corresponding 15 sts from the working edge are purled. So am I correct in thinking that there will still be 111 sts on the working edge? Becuase I counted the next (and all subsequent) row sts, and there are only 95.
Here's an excerpt from the pattern:
Remove scrap yarn from CO and transfer these 78[94, 110] sts to smaller dpn or circular needle.
Row 6: Hold the needle at the top of the work in your left hand. Fold the bottom needle up towards you. The smooth stockinette side should be on the outside of the work.
P the first stitch on the the "top" needle tog with the first st on the "bottom" needle. You will end up with just one st on your right needle.
Rep 31[39, 47] times, slip the next 14 sts from the bottom needle onto a st holder or scrap yarn [you should have 32[40, 48] sts left], p the 15 sts from the top needle, p tog the rest of the sts as for the beg of this row.
Row 7 [RS]: P1, k1, yo, k2tog, ssk, k2, yo, *k1, yo, k2, vd, k2, yo, rep from * 2[3, 4] times, k1, yo, k2, k2tog, k1, ssk, yo, k2, ssk, k2, yo, k1 *yo, k2, vd, k2, yo, k1, rep from * 2[3, 4] times, yo, k2, k2tog, ssk, yo, k1, p1.
Do you know what I'm not understanding? Or is there an error in the pattern?