So if I’m adding a stitch at the end of a row, does that mean I should purl into the front and back of the last stitch on my row, or into the first stitch at the beginning of my next row?
Will it work for knit rows and purl rows alike?
And I still can’t figure out how to purl into the front of a stitch. Because if you’re just doing things normally, you would knit into the front of a stitch, and purl into the back of a stitch, right? So I can figure out how to purl into the back of a stitch but not slip the stitch off and then purl into the back again, thereby slipping off two stitches… But purling into the front of a stitch is blowing my mind! Haha! sigh
I don’t s’pose there’s some easy way of just making a loop a certain way at the end of a row to get my extra stitch? I’m supposed to add a stitch at the end of these rows. See, I had this problem with the first thing I made…holes on the one side where I was increasing. You can see them pretty well here: http://borenfamily.blogspot.com/2006/08/cloth-diapers-and-whatnot.html
And now I’m making a pair of longies but I’d really like it to NOT have holes, you know?!