Dear wonderful members of KnittingHelp,
I am knitting a "Cabled Cape" pattern #19 of VogueKnitting Knit.1 Fall 2007 and it has a cable chart.
The pattern is knit from bottom up, decreasing to neck with cape knit flat.
Alternative even rows are purl. Normally there is a 10st repeat that ends the row with 10 st ending.
I have done alright until I came to a odd row that does "an indent" of 2 squares of graph paper, shifts the 10 st repeat by 2 st. inward from the otherwise right vertical margin of chart and ends with 8st at the left edge of chart.
So what is this? A decrease? Slip 2 st squares or not? I can do cables but I am new to reading cable charts. Sorry I can't scan the graph paper until later if you need it.
Thank you for any advice!