What does KOK mean? Thanks
How is it used?
Okay, here is how the KOK is used.
*Next row (RS) K1, K2tog, k to center st. KOK inc., K to last 2 sts., yo, k2Work 3 rows even.
I don't know what it means. thanks for any help.
There's no place in the pattern that explains it?
All I can find is that it's a double increase.
The only double increase directions I found are to kfb into the stitches on each side of the center stitch.
I would think that maybe it's a typo? O is right next to P on the keyboard, and kpk is a type of increase. Can you check somewhere for errata on the pattern?
I did find reference to a KOK double increase, but it was in the description of an available class rather than a description of what the technique is.
Thank you all for your responses. It was a friend of mine that had the question with her knitting. I passed on the information that was given here. Thanks again! :XX: :XX: