What does row n + 1 and row n + 2 mean?

by Anonymous Knitter

Question: I'm knitting a child sweater and got to the sleeve increase part and the row starts out, row n + 1, next row, row n + 2. I don't have a clue what to do.


I don't really know for sure what the direction tells you to do because I don't get to read the whole thing. I now "n" mean "number of stitch", so I would assume than "row n+1" is the row that you first started out with + 1 extra stitch. And row n+2 is the row with 2 extra stitches and so forth.

Is it possible you can forward me a link to the pattern or write the sleeve pattern down for me. I really need to see it in a more detail.

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