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« on: November 30, 2011 05:01:22 PM »

The pattern says:
Row 1 (RS): slip 1, k2, SKP, yo, k2, p2, K7, k2tog, yo, k1, yo, p1, yo, k1, yo, SKP, k7, p2, SKP, yo, k4, slip 1 (You will have 41 stitches on your needle at the end of this row, and at the end of all RS rows.)

Row 2 (WS): p1, k2, p2tog, yo, p2, k2, p6, p2tog tbl, p3, k1, p3, p2tog, p6, k2, p2tog, yo, p2, k2, p1 (You will have 39 stitches on your needle at the end of this row, and at the end of all WS rows.)

My question is in row 1 it ends with slip 1, how am i suppose to start row 2 when the working yarn is on the second to last stitch. I'm confused.

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« Reply #1 on: November 30, 2011 06:07:18 PM »

That is an absolutely lovely scarf!  I may have to make one to add to the ridiculous number of scarves I already own.   Grin

To answer your question, though, just knit as usual.  The working yarn will be a bit more to the left than normal, but it'll still be knittable.

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« Reply #2 on: December 01, 2011 03:35:44 PM »

I agree. You would just knit normally.

« Reply #3 on: December 12, 2011 08:03:27 PM »

Just bring the yarn around to the front, and act as if the slipped stitch is a regular knit stitch. The working yarn will come around the slipped stitch on the right. Good luck! Beautiful pattern!
« Reply #4 on: December 12, 2011 08:30:48 PM »

It'll work fine as written, just leave the yarn in back after you do the knit 4, slip the st and turn and the yarn is right where it needs to be to start the row with p1,

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