The directions for a square in the round, with built-in Contrast Color (CC) I-cord trim, is as follows. Where it says “Cont in this way”, I have no idea what is meant.
With Main Color (MC), cast on 8 sts-2 on each of 4 dpn.
Rnd 1: Knit.
Rnd 2: K1, yo; rep from around-16 sts.
Rnd 3: Knit.
Rnd 4: K1, yo, k3, yo; rep from around-24 sts.
Rnd 5: Using 4 CC butterflies (or bobbins) (1 on each needle), k3, k1 CC, k2; rep from around.
Rnd 6: K1, yo, k2, k into front and back of CC, k2, yo; rep from around-36 sts.
Rnd 7: K4, with CC k1-M1-k1 into CC st, k3; rep from around-40 sts.
Rnd 8: K1, yo, k3, k3 with CC, k3, yo; rep from around-48 sts.
Then it says “Cont in this way, inc 2 sts at each corner every other rnd and knitting 3 CC sts at the center of each quarter.”
I don’t understand what that means (“Cont in this way”). Which way? What should I do? Do I keep repeating what’s done in Rnd 8, only increasing by one the number of MC sts on either side of the CC I-cord each time? I don’t think so, considering it says “inc 2 sts at each corner every other rnd”. I’m confused.