I am knitting collar no1 by Myfavouritethings.knitwear and it is my first time knitting fisherman’s rib.
The pattern tells you to ‘k1b, p1’ for rs and k all sts for ws (knitting back and fourth)
However the video instruction this designer has linked on the instruction is showing different method of doing Fishermans rib, using the false English rib? so there is ‘yarn over’ included when knitting knit stitches. I wasn’t sure of how to do this and decided to ‘k1b, p1’ instead.
(just in case you want to check the video: https://www.garnstudio.com/video.php?id=1350&lang=en)
But then, there are bask2p and bk3tog techniques this designer is trying to describe with the false English rib method which gets me so confusing:
bk3tog: K2tog (the knit stitch with yarn over, and the following purl stitch), slip the resulting stitch back onto the left needle. Now pass the following stitch (a knit stitch with yarn over) over the first stitch on the left needle. Move the resulting stitch back to the right needle. (2 stitches decreased).
bsk2p: Slip the k stitch with yarn over knitwise, k2tog (a purl stitch followed by a knit stitch with yarn over), pass the slipped stitch with yarn over over the resulting stitch. Move the resulting stitch back to the right needle. (2 stitches decreased).
(video linked on the pattern: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYgDi1ynShY)
I tried to find how to do bk3tog and bask2p for people using ‘k1b, p1’ method but couldn’t find any information on YouTube. Would I just have to ignore the yarn over part and try to do the same or are the methods different?