Noting 1st row is WS
New to knitting and can't figure out what that means, exactly. I have searched the web and the forum and have learned what a stitch maker is, how they are used, and how I would switch them from one needle to the next as I worked a pattern. I also now know that WS is wrong side. Despite my new found knowledge; and perhaps I am reading too much into it, I am not sure how I should mark this.
When finished with the first row, the stitches are on the right needle, is that the wrong side? Or, do I finish the row, turn my work so that it is now in my left hand for the wrong side?
Once I know what is the wrong side, do I put the maker into the row or on the needle? I feel like I should put it into the row like when crocheting, but you know what happens when you assume.
Thank you so much for your help!