Knit Front and Back (KfB) and Purl Front and Back (PfB)
This is the easiest (in my opinion) way to increase a stitch. It simply involves knitting or purling the same stitch twice.
How to Knit front and back (KfB)
These are increases made on the knitted side of your work. To make this, you will knit the same stitch twice. Once through the front loop and once through the back loop.
It’s really simple, the steps you will make are as follows:
You now have one extra stitch. The next time you come to this extra stitch, you will just knit or purl it as normal!
How to Purl front and back (PfB)
These are increases made on the purl side of your work. It is exactly the same as KFB, in that you will Purl through the same stitch through the front and then back loop.
The steps are as follows:
oohh, one extra stitch has been made yay!. Next time you come to this extra stitch, you will just knit or purl it as normal!
It’s as easy as that! 🙂