I am knitting a pair of baby booties and am almost finished. The last part is actually a T-strap and I am stuck!
The pattern says to "Add on 5 stitches at beginning of row and knit across to end." This is done for two rows. I understand why I need to do it, I just don't know what is the best way to do it.
I am a beginner and know how to do the bar increase where you knit into a stitch, but don't slide it off the left needle and then knit into the back of the same stitch. Is this the best increase to use?
I looked at the increase guide on the main page of knittinghelp.com, but there are a dozen and I don't know how to tell which one is the correct/best one to use.