Rnd 1: K5, work right side detail over next 2 sts., K4, pm, K20 Back sts., pm, K4, work left side detail over next 2 sts. K5
Work two rnds even.
(Right side detail: Rnd 1: K2tog, yo Rnd 2: knit
Left Side Detail: Rnd 1: yo, ssk Rnd 2: knit)
I'm confused as to whether I'm really doing 2 rounds or four rounds. I do Rnd 1 above including the Rnd 1 right and left side details and then the next Rnd, I knit everything. Then I do another Rnd of Rnd 1 above with the details and do another Rnd of knitting. Thats effectively 4 rounds but it says Work two rounds even. What's the difference between a round and a row?
Do round 1, then 2 more rounds. Then work the RF detail and the LF detail on the next round. A row is knit flat, a round is knit in the round.
The next part:
"DIVIDE FOR NECK
Work even to end of round, slip marker, turn.
Row 1 (WS): Purl
Row 2: Knit
Row 3: Purl"
... is where you start knitting flat. At the end of your round, turn and purl back all the way, then turn and knit a row, turn and purl a row. You can do it on your circs and because of the number of stitches, you probably need to.