Originally Posted by suzeeq
You don't knit into the leg of the stitch below, but into the center of the stitch itself.
I was thinking the same thing, because there's a video online that shows the lady knitting into the leg of the stitch below. She makes a point of pulling out the leg and knitting into it. I didn't think that looked right. Can you please post the link to the video you were referring to?
I'm struggling with a Fisherman's Rib pattern too. The entire first row is knit, then the part of the second row that really confuses me reads:
"K 1, * in next st, knit through st of row below and this st together, repeat..."
I know how to knit in the stitch below, but that sounds like you're knitting two stitches together.
And one last question - Is the Brioche Stitch and the Fisherman's Rib Stitch the same thing?
Thanks so much!