Okay, this has always confused me. When a pattern calls for you to start on the wrong side what does that mean. I always assumed you would have to a start a pattern on the right side and the next row would be the wrong side. Here is where I am stuck.
[FONT=Arial Narrow][B]PATTERN STITCH
Row 1 (WS):[/B] Sl 2 WYIF[/FONT]
[FONT=Arial Narrow]This says row 1 is the ws, how do I know whether it is the wrong side or right side if I cast on the same way each time. Also, it says SI 2, does this mean slip 2 and if so how do I know if I am slipping as if to purl or knit. Oh, and one more thing, with yarn in front is that the indicator as to whether I am slipping as if to purl or does that have something to do with something else.[/FONT]