Help on Debbie Bliss "Kimono" pattern

Pattern reads "Left sleeve
With (US 8) needles, cast on 65 sts.
1st row (RS) K1, [p1, k1] to end.
2nd row Purl.
These 2 rows form the patt and are repeated.
Work in patt for a further 18 rows.
[COLOR=“Red”]Now inc one st at each end of next row and
every foll 6th row, taking all inc sts into patt,
until there are 93[/COLOR] sts.

Does “inc one st at each end of next row and every foll 6th row,” mean increase 1 st at the [B]beginning and end of every 6th row[/B]?

I am taking on this project a second time because I had a difficult time understanding this pattern on first try…I may be asking for trouble?:shrug: :shrug:

Yes, I think that’s what it means. :wink:

Welcome to KH! Can you post a link to the pattern please? It always helps us answer better.

Is this it? If so there is errata you should look at.

Thanks Jan. This is a purchased pdf pattern. I have it in my Ravelry library. I was trying to be mindful of copyright. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/16-kimono-jacket

Always good to err on the side of caution so thank you! Links are fine though. It’s only when a whole pattern is posted that it’s a problem. Just seeing the picture of it and reading the basic info is helpful.

Now we know it’s a seamless, sideways knit adult sweater and since you’ve posted a few lines I think my original assessment is okay then. Are you having trouble with this part or just checking?

[/QUOTE] Are you having trouble with this part or just checking?

This pattern http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/16-kimono-jacket is full of questions for me. I will be spending more time on pattern questions than knitting!
I do appreciate your help!..you’ll probably be seeing a lot of me in the near future.

This pattern http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/16-kimono-jacket is full of questions for me. I will be spending more time on pattern questions than knitting!
I do appreciate your help!..you’ll probably be seeing a lot of me in the near future.

:teehee: That’s how it goes sometimes. :wink: I think once you get the hang of it you’ll be fine. It looks like a nice comfy sweater

I was trying to make some toy balls recently and found a few of the patterns just didn’t make sense to me even though dozens had made them! I finally switched patterns and all is well. !