I don't know what I'd do without your help!
I'm working on a pattern called Wild, Wooly, and Western: The Winter Cowboy Hat. In order to start the brim, the instructions state:
Beginning the brim: Pick up and increase:
Working from the right side of the work, pick up with #13 needles from the cast-on loops of the crown for the inner edge of the brim. Your increases will be lifted increases. The sequence is:
Pick up 3, (knit 1 in stitch below loop, knit 1 in loop) 20 times.
This will give you an increase of 1 stitch for every four stitches or five stitches in each sequence, 20 times.
The part I don't understand how to do is bolded. Thanks for any clarification you can offer!