Thanks, I have another question. I asked before but I still am not sure. My pattern says: With WS facing, work in K1P1 rib, making sure the stitch BEFORE the stitch marker is worked as a P st. Next and all RS rows. Cont in K1P1 rib as set to 1 st before marker. Work double decrease as follows: slip next 2 sts as if to knit. Knit next st and pass 2 slipped sts over it . Two stitches decreased. Cont as set until bibbing measures 1 inch. cast off all sts in rib.
I am doing it with a circular so I think I need to have a Knit stitch instead of a purl stitch before the stitch marker, right?
When I do the slipping 2 sts I am slipping one stitch on either side of the stitch marker so when I do this the marker gets knitted into the yarn. Where should I put the marker? If I slip the first stitch and take off the marker to slip the second stitch and then Knit the third and psso I don't know where to put the marker back on.
Also, since I am only decreasing on the RS the first row is WS so I knit row 1-5 DEC row 2 and 4. When I finish row 5 I have one inch. Is that enough decreasing? Or should I do one more row so I would dec on row 6?
I have so many dumb questions but I can't figure it out because I have not done a neck like this before.