I’ve seend and learned that WYIF means with yarn in front. In the context of slipping stitches I think I’ve got it. However, when it says at the beginning of a row, with no slipping of stitches, what does it mean by “WYIF, K2”?
Are you supposed to be getting yarn over increases there? If you knit with the yarn in front, that’s what you’ll end up with, I believe.
That’s just the thing. When I did it, I ended up with increases, but subsequent row instructions did not have increased stitches.
:?? Is there a link to the pattern?
Unfortunately it’s not a pattern online. It is from a book. I could type in part of the pattern, but how much do you need to be able to tell?