New... WS?

Hi,

So I just started knitting… and I’m trying to make a dishcloth as my first little project. But I’m a little confused… The patter says for the first row: (WS). Knit. What does this mean? I found out WS means wrong side, but do I need to do anything special for it?

The pattern I am following is:
BERNAT HANDICRAFTER
COTTON TWISTS
WAFFLE DISHCLOTH TO KNIT

Thanks for any help you can give me!
(I would attach the pattern, but pdf’s are not allowed?)

Basically, the wrong side is usually the side that would be closest to your skin if it was something that you were wearing, the side that doesn’t show. Obviously that isn’t a big deal with a dishcloth. essentially it is just telling you which side is the back side. I usually mark it with a stitch marker if I feel like I really need to be able to identify it. If not I just note it mentally and move on.

Oh ok! Thanks so much!