What does it mean to k1 below?
Knitting into the stitch below is a technique used for increasing stitches. Your instructions may tell you to “knit into the stitch below,” often abbreviated k1b or k-b. When you increase a stitch, you add one to your needle, so this technique adds a stitch to the row below the one you’re working on.
What does Pb mean in knitting?
Knitting Abbreviations Explained
|p tbl||aka P1 tbl, P1b purl through the back loop|
|p-b||purl stitch in the row below. (infrequently used to mean purl stitch in the back loop; see p tbl)|
|p-wise||purl wise: Insert right needle down into the front loop, or up into the back loop for tbl|
What does K3B mean in knitting?
Exactly. K3b means to knit 3 stitches each one through the back loop.