So, I'm knitting the SNB1 "under the hoodie" hoodie.
I'm trying to follow the pattern for the little kangaroo pocket thingie in the front. I've knit about 7 inches of the front and put all the stitches on a holder. The next instructions read as follows:
"With the RS of your sweater facing you and a separate skein of A at WS of front, pu the center 61 sts by *inserting the RH needle into the center of the next st from front to back, wrapping the yarn as if to k, and pulling the loop through. Rep from * across the center sts to be pu.
Work 13 rows of St st..."
So here's my problem. My picked up stitches are at the front, on the RS. The skein is BEHIND the fabric, on the WS. How am I supposed to knit??? I can't just bring the skein to the front, then there will be a little yarn trail around the bottom of the fabric, which is clearly wrong. It doesn't say to break the yarn and re-attach it at the front, but that's the only thing I can think of to do. Has anyone made a pocket like this before? Do you have any idea what I'm supposed to do here?