I need some Help!

I have a pattern for a scarf and it says:
with one strand of colors A & B held together, CO 26 sts. K 1 row. K 21 more rows, slipping the first st of each row as if to purl.
what does, slip the first stitch of each row as if to purl mean?
thanks :frowning:

Hi maemer, what it means is to put the right needle through the first stitch of the left as if you were going to purl that stitch. But, instead of purling it, simply slip it off the left needle onto the right.