Hello, I am new to this forum, so thank you in advance for your help! I’ve been knitting for a few years, but tend to keep it pretty simple; I make lots of hats. I can usually figure out something new fairly easily by watching a video, but W&T on this pattern is still confusing me. This Lionbrand free pattern L50276, gives this instructuon for W&T: 1. Bring the yarn between needls to the front 2. Slip the next stitch from left to right needle as if to purl 3. Turn work 4. Bring yarn between needles to front of work again. 5. Slip first stitch on left needle back on right needle as if to purl 6. Bring yarn between needles to back of work and continue with the row.
So I have two questions about this: these instructions are much different than anything I’ve seen on instructional videos, so does it seem correct?? And then also: after you wrap and turn, and “continue with the row” is that considered the same row, or the next row? Every odd row has a w&t, and every even row is just knit. So after I w&t and continue with the row, is that still row 1? And then when I get to end, I start row 2 and knit across? Or when I turn, that becomes row 2. I started this hat and it looked kinda funky so I ripped. :-/. Thank you! Susan