So I told a friend of mine I'd help her by translating a pattern for her, and since I haven't made handles before, I have no experience on this part. The pattern goes as follows:
On the next RS row, k 11, cast off 20, k20, C/O 20, k 11. Next row, work across, casting 20 sts. back on where you cast them off in the previous row.
I need help starting with the 2nd sentence. So you turn your work and work across(that means to just knit across, right?). Or does it mean to work across by turning your work, then cast on 20 stitches? I don't get the "back on" is that supposed to be a complete sentence from casting 20 sts?
*goes back to working on my scarf* :XX: