Ok quick question as this is my first time picking up stitches on a horizontal row. I watched the video, but am still a bit confused as to how this will work on my project. here's the exact wording of what they're telling me to do:
On round 12 pick up one cast on stitch with left hand needle with WS facing each other. K tog first 2 sts (cast-on stitch plus 1st knit stitch) on left hand needle. Complete round 12, picking up corresponding cast-on stitch and k it tog with the next knit stitch.
Note: Here the 11 rounds you have completed are doubled over to create a hem that is approximately six rounds tall.
So how exactly do I do this? The general instructions in my book say this starts with a new ball of yarn (although it doesn't say that in my project specifically), so am I supposed to cut my current yarn and then wind it back in? Do I add these new stitches to the cast on row and then at the same time knit into them? I just want to be sure I'm doing this right. Thanks for any help!