I'm working on a pattern called "Scottish Fleet Mittens" from the Sock Yarn One Skein Wonders book.
This is only my second time making a set of gloves/mittens, and I'm finding that I'm a bit confused by what the pattern requires when knitting the thumb gusset. Please bear with me if this is a silly question.
Round 1: K3, work Scottish Fleet pattern over next 25 stitches, knit to end of round
Round 2: K3, work pattern over next 25 stitches, K2, place marker, M1, K1, M1, place marker, knit to end of row. You now have 63 stitches.
Round 3: Work in established patterns to marker, knit to end of round.
If I'm doing this right, round 2 requires me to work 30 stitches until I hit the spot where I put a marker. So when round 3 wants me to work in the "established pattern", to the marker, is it telling me to repeat round 2's actions [except using row 3 of the Scottish Fleet pattern instead of row 2]? It's the only thing that makes sense in my mind, since I have to get to the marker before I can knit the rest of the stitches, but even if it makes sense in my head, it might still be wrong. Can anyone clarify?
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TIA for any answers to my question.