Thank you, Janice]]>
Next row, on the right side:
Knit 1. Then hold the yarn forward, which means in front of work (similar to when you are purling, you hold the yarn in front), you’ll slip the next stitch (without knitting it) onto a circular needle. Then bring the yarn to the back of the work. You’ll see that your working yarn has now crossed over in the front of that previous stitch. So remember, you’re not knitting the slipped stitch, just moving the working yarn from back to front….slip stich….the move working yarn from front to back.
Keep doing this 12 times more. You’ll end up on 13 stitches on the straight needle and 13 stitches on the circular needle.]]>
I am a beginner knitter and I have reached an impasse on this pattern!!! Could you please help me?
Taken from the pattern -
“With WS of Scarf facing, join yarn to sts on circular needle.
Knit 1 row.
etc. to the end of the paragraph”
I suppose I am asking what joins to what? I have three ends, one straight needle and two ends of a circular needle?
Thanks for your help.