I am using a free sock pattern found here: http://secure.elann.com/ShowFreePattern.asp?Id=4024
Here's my sorta, kinda, not-so-big problem...I finished the toe and am now on the foot, ready to start the pattern. Pattern is worked over 11 stitches, which is why I chose this pattern in the first place. So I knit 1 repeat of the pattern and all is good. I knit the 2nd repeat of the pattern and notice that it ends with a YO. And, indeed, it needs that YO so that I keep the original number of stitches on the instep needle.
So, all you sock/lace experts out there, how do I do this YO at the end of the row and *not* have it end up on the next needle? In other words, it seems to me the extra stitch created by the YO should stay on the instep needle, but I don't know how to accomplish this.
BTW...the project is cashmere socks for Mother's Day. Won't she just love me!