OK - maybe my subject line doesn’t make sense. I have a pattern that tells me to “knit into” 2nd st on LH needle, “knit into” 1st on LH needle, sl both sts to RH needle. It has always seemed that “knit into” is the act of placing your needle into the stitch. But if I do that with the above instruction, all I end up doing is slipping stitches to the RH needle. So how far do I go on a knit stitch to accomplish a “into”
:?? My question is clear as mud, right? Thanks for any help!
I’m a newbie to the forum and a knitter for 3 months with a vest, felted clogs, felted purse and two scarfs done!!! (Don’t ask about what I have started and, even worse, what I have the yarn for!)