I ripped back to the change color row which is #57. Since the color change is made from the front (to avoid purl bumps) this means that the first increase is on that pickup row. Based on this the M3, p3tog rows are done on the back. Interesting.
I know you can go to the pattern, but this makes it easier with color changes for front and back. (I added the B and F). It appears a lot of people want to do this now so this thread will help them, too.
[COLOR=RoyalBlue][B]F[/B] -Row 57: Change to color H. M1, *K. Repeat from * until end of
row. (Sts on needle should now equal 116 sts.)[/COLOR]
[COLOR=DarkOrchid][B]B [/B]-Row 58: M1, *K. Repeat from * until 1 st remains; K1, M1. (Sts on needle should now equal 118 sts.)[/COLOR]
[COLOR=RoyalBlue][B]F[/B] -Row 59: P.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=DarkOrchid]B -Row 60: K1, *(K1,P1,K1) into next st, P3tog; rep from * to last st, K1.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=RoyalBlue]F -Row 61: P.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=DarkOrchid][B]B [/B]- Row 62: K1, *P3tog, (K1,P1,K1) into next st; rep from * to last st, K1.[/COLOR]
Okay, so I've got the sequence and placement straight, but if I actually make the bobble/bump asked for... when doing the stitch I know not to take the stitch off. Then I bring the yarn forward and do I put the needle into the stitch like a purl or do I bring it forward and just wrap from the front? And when I go to knit the third do I just move the needle up and wrap or put it through like a normal stitch? I feel like I'm going to get too many stitches or wraps on the needle. :??
This stupid thing is making me feel stupid and dense and I'm not! Honest! I may just do what Ingrid suggested, but I want to know how to do this, too.