Instruction Confusion - Help!

I’m working off a chart and the instruction reads as follows:

  1. [B]RS Row[/B]: K to last 2 sts, inc 1 st in next st, K1

  2. [B]WS row[/B]: Inc 1 st in first st, p to end of row

Does No. 1 mean I knit up to 2 last sts and increase in the middle of the last 2 stitches? :shrug: :??

No 2 is telling me to increase purlwise, how do I do that?

Thank you very much for your help!!

The instructions are really telling you to increase in the next to last stitch and because of the next row increase, I would do a knit front and back on that next to last st. For the next row, you could purl front and back into the first stitch. It’s a little awkward, but it’ll work.

Increasing IN a stitch is a kfb or a pfb. You can use a m1, but it would be done between the end stitch and the one next to it. A m1 on a purl row is just the same as m1 on a knit row but you purl into it instead of knit into the lifted strand.

Dear Salmonmac,

I tried it and worked! It looked so difficult and it turned out so easy!

Thank you very much for your prompt response!

Thank you to you suzeeq as well for your additional help!

:cheering: :woot: