I've begun the first sleeve on my LMKG men's zippered raglan and I can't quite figure out how these increases are going to work. The pattern is k4, p4. The first 3 inches of the sleeve are in pattern. Then this is what it says for increasing:
Increase rnd: kf&b, knit to last st, kf&b - 2 sts increased. Work increased sts into the k4, p4 rib pattern as they become available.
I'm not getting it. At first glance, it makes it sound like I do a whole round of just knitting, starting and ending with the kf&b increases. But that is certainly not right - either intuitively or by looking at pics of the sweater in the book.
So am I just supposed to throw in a couple of kf&bs anywhere in the round? And if so, isn't that going to throw the whole k4, p4 pattern off? The round begins and ends with a p2, so if I do the increases at beginning and end, I'll be splitting up a p4 to do the increases. Does that sound like what I should be doing?