Originally Posted by ppreston
The pattern is on the site but it's not a free one. Here's the instructions - it's only 2 rows of pattern. Here I thought I would whip this up in no time!! There is a NOTE that says: (yfwd) twice counts as 2 sts.
1st row: (RS), Sl1K. *K2tog. (yfwd) twice. Sl1. K1. psso. Rep from * to last st. K1.
2nd row: Sl1K. *K2. P1. K1. Prep from * to last st. K1.
Yep ... It just sounds like a YO to me. When you K2tog, you must compensate for the lost st. In most of the patterns that I've read, the comp is via a "YO".
Now I see you have a decrease at the psso too. So maybe what they really mean is to "YO twice"
, which would compensate for the two decreased sts.
"yfwd twice" ... what a strange way to say "YO". :?
Someone else jump in here if I'm wrong...