Does 'm1' mean to 'make one stitch'?

I am knitting a pair of fingerless gloves with a cable, I was wondering if the [B]‘m1’[/B] in the instructions would mean to ‘make one stitich’?
Here is where I’m at in this pattern:

Rnd 6: k19, p1, FC6, p1, k8, pm, [B]m1,[/B] k1, [B]m1,[/B] pm, k8.
Rnds 7-8: k19, p1, k6, p1, k19.
Rnd 9: k19, p1, k6, p1, k8, [B]m1[/B], k3, [B]m1,[/B] k8.
Rnds 10-11: k19, p1, k6, p1, k21.
Rnd 12: k19, p1, FC6, p1, k8, [B]m1,[/B] k5, [B]m1,[/B] k8.

THANK YOU for any help!

m1 is an inrease - yes to make one stitch. If you go the increaese videos Amy will show you how to m1 in a few different ways - I often use bar increase also called kbf. knit front and back of same stitch).

Also, did your pattern define m1? In the section where it tells you what the cable is, it might specify what increase the writer used as m1

THANK YOU. No, the pattern had no explanation of how they want the ‘m1’. I just did a simple loop thing. It looks okay, except I think there may be a hole. The ‘m1’ are all by the thumb gusset I think.
But thank you very much for the help,
sue :hug: