Hope the following makes sense. :knitting: I am knitting a shawl (Beachcomber Shawl by Jamie Thomas of Imagine knit designs; for picture see www.deepsouthfibers.com/imagine_knit_designs)
the instructions go like this:
“[B]Cast on 70 sts.[/B]
[B]Seed stitch edging:[/B] Row1:p1,k1 across Row2:k1,p1 across. Repeat these 2 rows for a total of six pattern rows.
Knit body of shawl as follows: [U]WS-row:[/U] p1,k1,p1,k1,p8…
On this next row you will be setting up the 1st pocket as follows: k1,p1,k1,p1,k8,p1,k8,p1,k1,knit in the front and back of the next 24sts and put the added sts, every other stitch, on scrap yarn and hold to the back (these 24sts will become the pocket lining), k1,p1,k8,p1,k8,p1,k1,p1,k1.”
then the very next line reads:
Repeat these 2 rows one more time for a total of six pattern rows from the seed pattern. Your next row is a cable row."
Question: Is the row where I set up the pocket a RS-row? If so, how can the very next row be a RS-row?