I picked up the “Tulle Lace Baby Blanket” pattern from my LYS (A Stitch In Time) and it uses a T-inc quite extensively. Thankfully (or so i thought) they explain how to work it.
[B]T-inc[/B] (twisted increase): Knit into the back of the next st, leaving it on the left needle, then purl into the same stitch and remove from needle.
So I have been playing with this T-inc trying to figure out what it is they expect me do to, and this is what i have come up with.
Insert needle into the back of the st knit-wise, wrap and pull yarn through stitch with out removing it from the needle. Then bring the working yarn to the front, between the needles. Then Insert needle into the same st purl-wise, wrap and pull yarn through stitch and remove it from needle.
Does this sound right to anybody if so or if not please let me know.
As always ThanX for all the help.