Hello, your site is really helpful so I wonder if you can help me. I think I understand the yarn forward principle. So if I see, K1, yfwd, K1 then the yarn forward comes between the first and second knit stitches. But how do I do this.... It's in Row 3 and I only have 3 stitches at this point: Row 3: (K1, yfwd) twice, K1. It seems to me that to follow these instructions, I would knit one stitch then yarn forward two times, but I only have 3 stitches. And if they want me to begin the row yarn forward wouldn't they say (yfwd, K1) twice, K1
Does this make sense? I can write out the pattern here...
Cast on 2 stitches
Row 1 : K1, ywfd, K1
Row 2, 4,& 6: K1, P to last st, K1
Row 3: (K1, yfwd) twice, K1
Row 5: (K1, yfwd) 4 times, K1
Thank you so much for your time
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