I know I have probably asked this (or something similar) before, but I forgot.
My pattern calls for sl wyif and sl wyib
I know that these mean slip with yarn in front, and slip with yarn in back.
I assume that these are both slip knitwise right? The whole pattern is all knit (no purl) so I would assume this, but want to be sure.
Next is with yarn in back, I don't need to do anything other than slip right? since I am knitting, my yarn is already in the back isn't it?
And for slip with yarn in front, I just bring the yarn forward like I would if I was going to purl, but instead I just slip, but slip knitwise??
It is possible that some of you have this pattern and have even done it. It is the "Mr. Stripy" sweater in the "Son of Stitch 'n Bitch" book.