So I've started my second "in the round" project and have already hit a snag (no pun intended). One particular stitch on the chart is perplexing me and several of my knitting "advisors." It says to first knit from the front and back of the next stitch, then to take "the vertical strand running downwards between these two stitches just made, twist and knit this picked-up stitch." HUH? Several of the local experts were even confused by this wording and ultimately decided that it just meant to knit from the front, knit from the back, and then knit from the front again. But...why wouldn't it just word it that way? I dunno what to make of it, and even though they seemed certain that the k1f k1b k1f method was what it meant, or at least a way to make three stitches that wouldn't affect the pattern, I'm not completely convinced....any ideas on this?