The pattern I'm working on is the Trapeze Jacket
from Stitch Diva. It's not a free one so I can't link it, but my question is pretty quick...
It's worked top down, the back section first then the fronts are worked down from a provional cast on. I've finished the back part for now and am just starting the right front. On the back the stitch pattern is a slipped rib pattern, basically P1, sl1 wfib repeated across on RS rows, ending with a P1, and K1, P1 repeated across WS rows, ending with a K1. So none of the rows end with a slipped stitch.
Now, on the right front, I'm working on 34 stitches so the row still starts the same but instead of ending with a P1 I should end with a sl1 wyib to keep with the established pattern. So when I do that and turn to start working the WS row, which begins with a P1, my working yarn obviously is coming from the second stitch on the needle. I've gone with it for a few rows and it just seems weird, but maybe it's right?? Could someone confirm or give their opinion please?