increase then decrease same row
lace pattern chart
Hello! I am relatively new to knitting.
Pattern for lace shawl. Row has both YO to increase and then SK2p to decrease - the numbers work out but in the chart, the SK2P takes up only one "stitch box" whereas it requires three stitches to perform?
Do I start the SK2P earlier? Or do I turn , purl two stitches back, then turn and do the SK2P? Or other method?
(RS) p2, kfb, k1, yo, k1, yo, k1, SK2p, p2
row increased by one for pattern edge (kfb)
numbers work out - two yarn overs increases (up 2 stitches) and then one SK2p decrease (down 2 stitches) but the SK2P is only one box on the chart, and when you get to it there are only three stitches left, one stitch for the SK2P and then two stitches for the final p2.
Not sure what to do? !!