I am a relatively new knitter. I am knitting a scarf from my own pattern and I don't think my right-slant increases turned out correctly. They look fine on the good side of the scarf, but they don't on the wrong side of the scarf. That side will be hidden so it is not a problem, but I would like to find out why. I created the increase by looping it on the right needle for a right slant. When I flip the scarf over, the yarn/stitch is not meshed into the scarf. It looks like a slanted running stitch hanging loose. I hope I explained this correctly. I looped it correctly according to the directions or at least I thought I did. Is this the way it is supposed to look or did I knit it incorrectly when I came to that stitch? The left-slanted M1 increase came out fine. I don't think I can move away from scarves until I get the increase down. Both my right and left slanted decreases came out fine. I used SSK and K2tog.