Wrn to make 1?

Would this be a yarn over???

And after that point it just says m1.

Are they meaning the same or 2 different things? This pattern is from a book published in the early 70’s called 900 stitch patterns.

The thing is, if they mean an standard m1, then it makes all the following stitches too tight as this is being done in the first row. so confused :crying:

And yes, this is that same dreaded Apple Leaf pattern.
If itwasn’t for the fact that this will go SO beautifully with my friends wedding gown I would just give up. Thank goodness I have 5 months to work on it!!!

According to www.knittingfool.com 's list of knitting abbreviations, wrn means wool round needle and is the same as a yo.