I'm having trouble interpreting a pattern. It says -
Inc row - K to first stitch marker, inc 9 sts across, sl marker k to next marker .
Do I knit to the stitch before the marker, inc by 9 sts and then slip the marker stitch?
That seems like a typo. I think you would inc 9 sts on the sts between the markers. What's the pattern? It always helps if you can link to it or at least a picture. Or tell us what you're making and what part this is.
Here's link to the pattern. Thanks for replying.
If I was reading that, I would slip the marker and then space out my increases between the markers.
Yes, it's an increase 9sts in the first section before the marker evenly across the 28sts (so increase about every 2-3 sts). Increase 8sts evenly across the middle 60 sts (so increase about every 6-7 sts) and for the last section, it's again an increase of 9sts evenly across 28sts.