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noallatin Posted - 11/12/2012 : 04:40:20 AM
Row 25 (RS): sl 1, k1, psso, k1, psso, (2 sts dec) k to 1 st rem, m1L, k to end ( 1 st inc). Row 27 (RS): sl 1, k1, psso, k1, psso, k to end (2 sts dec)

I am having trouble figuring out these instructions. I get the first occurrence of the psso since there is clearly a slipped stitch which needs to be dealt with. However, where does the slipped stitch come from for the second psso? How should I work the second decrease?

I have tried contacting the designer, no answer. I have searched for errata with no luck. Any suggestions?

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socks4all Posted - 11/12/2012 : 06:05:52 AM
This is another way to say bind off 2 sts at beginning of row. The only difference is that you do not knit the first st, but slip it.

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