I have a pattern that wants me to increase every row.It basically wants me to increase on the left for the RS, and on the right for the WS (so the increases create a left-leaning diagonal).
My question was: do I do a M1L on the RS, then a purl-side M1L (as seen in the Increases videos section) on the WS, or a M1L on the knit side, and a purl-side M1R (also located in the Increases videos) on the WS?
You'll have to experiment on a sample to see how the incs look on the RS, I think. It fries my brain to think of L/R leaning incs, but once I can see how they look I can figure it out.
Yeah, I did a swatch earlier to see which is which.
Apparently the purl-side M1R leans to the right on the WS, therefore leaning to the left on the RS.
So for my pattern, I needed to M1L on the RS, then M1R on the WS.