Originally Posted by suzeeq
Yes it does. There are YOs just before the skp :
"*yarn forward, slip 1, knit 1, pass slipped stitch over, repeat from *"
A yarn forward is a YO.
Hmmm. When I bring the yarn forward it's sitting between the needles, not on the needle, I slip the next stitch, then return the yarn to the back so I can knit the next stitch. I have 4 sts sitting on my right needle. I pass the slipped st over and now I have 3. I tried to do it without returning the yarn to the back, but I still end up with 3 sts. I think I'm just wrapping the slipped stitch. I went and looked at a yarn over video on youtube. I'm going to start over doing a yarn over instead of just bringing the yarn to the front. My fear now, is that on Row 1, I'm going to be increasing a bunch of sts that don't get decreased anywhere.
I'm not completely frustrated yet.