How do I complete row as set?

I am knitting a baby sweater with hoodie. The pattern starts out with the hoodie.
Hoodie: Cast on 95 stitches.
Rows 1-4: knit across
Rows 5 - 32: Work in established pattern
Row 33: (buttonhole row) K1, yo, k2tog, complete row as set

My questions is do I: k1, yo, k2tog across the whole row or do I k1, yo, k2tog, then knit the rest of the row?
I am not sure what I do with the buttonhole row.

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Sep 13, 2023
complete row as set
by: Ratchadawan

Hello there,

It seems to me that you have to repeat the k1, yo, k2tog to the rest of the row.

My guess is that you'll have a lot of button holes on the hood and many buttons along the neck of the sweater. This way you can remove the hood if needed.

Thanks for the question and visit. Have a great evening1


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