I’m hoping someone can help me with two questions. I am knitting this pattern for wristwarmers: http://www.christinaslattery.com/roseuncharted.htm
I’ve reached the stage where I’ve ended on the 8th row and now need to start working my thumb gusset. It says in the instructions I need to make a stitch by knitting into the row below. Looking at the video for knitting into the row below (I looked at the glossary http://www.knittinghelp.com/videos/knitting-glossary and saw the instructions for “k-b”), it doesn’t seem like this actually makes a stitch. Am I looking at the wrong glossary term? I’m having difficulty seeing how I would do this, unless perhaps I knit into the row to make the first stitch and then knit that same stitch on the row I’m working on if that makes sense?
Reading ahead in the pattern, after I’ve worked the thumb gusset and I have four complete diamonds it says “On next round, knit until stitch before first marker, and M1. Knit next stitch; remove marker. Slip first stitch onto right needle.” So am I making one technically on the stitch that is [I]two [/I]before the marker, and if so am I also to assume that I make one stitch by also knitting in the row below?