I'm doing the felted daypack from Interweave - I've completed the base by creating a crochet chain of waste yarn and then knitting on to create 18.5 cm. This is where I'm getting confused. :thinking: The instructions are:
Sides: With RS still facing, place marker on right needle tip (I did this),
and knit 26 sts along side edge of base, pm -- at this point, b/c the RS is facing me, I've got the working yarn to the left. So then, am I literally knitting down the side of the base, making sure I make 26 stitches from the length I created?
Continuing on, it says to pull out the crochet chaing and place 52 stitches onto left tip of cir needle, (okay, so this would make a bit of sense as I'd just climbed down the side of the work knitting the 26 stitches above).
Finally, knit these 52 sts, pm, pick up and knit 26 sts along other side of base for a total of 156 sts - which would mean I'm going up the other side of the base?
Thank you so SO very much for any insight or ideas!