For your increase, you could either do a M1 stitch or knit twice into the stitches. Since the rest of your increases are yo's, and you're working with such a small number of stitches, I probably would just knit two in each one.
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:thinking: Okay. Well I found Amy's video to M1 (which, btw, made me sit back and let out a huge DUH!!!), so that looks easy enough. But how do you knit two into a stitch? I couldn't find a video for that. Or maybe I was just blind
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