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Old 11-15-2011, 07:54 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by saramaclachlan View Post
Hi,

I have been working through a pattern where you have to M1 (make 1) and have been doing this great by picking up the bar/stitch between the needles and kniting into the back. The pattern is now asking me to Inc..... I understand this means increase, how does this differ from an M1?

Pattern says....
Inc row: (Inc) to end (24 sts).
How do I do this??
(nb 12 stitches on cast on before the Inc)

Thanks
Sara
First off, usually inc means knitting in front and back of a knit stitch thereby ending up with two stitches with every one you knit (see Amy's video on increases KFB-knit front back on her free videos to see how it is done if you need to) and if you have 12 stitches on the needle and need to end with 24 then you need to knit in front and back of every stitch on that row.
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