Hi, I am new to knitting (been knitting less than 2 months) and am having a lot of fun. I am finding patterns very hard to read though. A pattern for a ruffled scarf (no lacey holes) says:
*Inc in next st, inc in next st, k 1; rep from *. 320 sts.
(before this line, you have 192 stitches)
I assume these increases make the ruffle.
I understand I am supposed to increase, and from what I have read in the other threads I think I should use kfb (knit into the front and back). But I don't understand: "Inc in next st, inc in next st".
How can you increase twice (especially using kfb), or does it mean something else? Should I use some other increase (like "make one", and if so should it then be a left-leaning increase?)?
Thanks for any help. Maybe I am biting off more than I can chew but the pattern doesn't seem that hard, I just don't understand the lingo quite yet. Happy knitting, Betania