How do I increase one stitch?
One of the most common increases, found in over ten Stitch & Story patterns, is the knit front back (kfb). A relatively easy way of increasing the number of stitches on your knitting needle, this increase turns one stitch into two by knitting into the front and back loop of the same stitch.
How do you increase a stitch in the middle of a row?
Increasing to the right on a knit row. At position of increase,insert right-hand needle into top loop of stitch on row below next stitch on left hand needles. Knit an extra stitch through this stitch then knit the next stitch on the left-hand needle.
Why do I keep adding stitches to my knitting?
The most common reasons that extra stitches occur are either accidental yarn overs and inadvertent knitting into space between stitches. An “accidental yarn over” occurs when you bring your yarn to the front of the work (as opposed to keeping it in the back).
How do you add a dropped stitch in knitting?
With the safety needle, go underneath the strand of yarn above the dropped stitch. Then, pull the dropped stitch over the strand of yarn and off the needle. The dropped stitch has climbed up by one row. We’ll continue to move it up, row by row, until it reaches the main needle.
What does increase 1 in next stitch mean?
Increasing stitches simply means that you need to add an extra stitch or stitches to your knitting. Once you’re comfortable knitting the basic stitches, knit and purl, then you will need to learn how to knit an increase. An example is when you knit a sleeve for a sweater.