Stacked increases are just a lot of increases worked on top of each other. It's not too complicated, but you'll have to slip stitches back (SB) to create the...
Your Quick Reference Guide to Common Increases and Decreases
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Stitchopedia M1R & M1L right and left leaning knit increases
Cat Bordhi shows you how to work the most invisible, smoothest paired increases for your socks, as used in her latest book, NEW PATHWAYS FOR SOCK KNITTERS, B...
A formula for evenly distributing increases or decreases.
K1-b/r knitting increases - way to increase stitches without leaving a hole.
Tutorial: Special KFB Increase by La Maison Rililie
#Knitting_Tutorial - "Knit into the front and back of a stitch to increase. The difference here is that there's no bump because you don't actually knit into the back, but just slip the stitch off the needles in addition to having knit into the front. Clear, detailed explanation at the site. So brilliant!" comment via #KnittingGuru
M1R and M1L simplified
The kfb increase without the purl bumps! Yes... there is a way...
Right Slant Lifted Increase: Knit into the back of stitch (in the "purl bump" in the row directly below the stitch on the left needle.
Left Slant Lifted Increase: Insert left needle into the back of stitch below stitch just knitted.
No Bump KFB: Instead of knitting into the front and back of the stitch, knit into the front of the stitch, don't remove it, go in as if you're going to knit into the back and slip it off the left needle onto the right. You eliminate the purl bump.
How to Knit a Central Double Increase
Make 1 Right, Make 1 Left Tutorial.
double knitting INCREASE
Knit Your Life: "How to KFB and SSK". Photo and written instructions on two hard to learn increase and decrease techniques. Step by step photos make these methods a piece of cake!
This increase is used for increasing stitches on the purl side of your work. The purl front and back decrease is commonly used in entrelac knitting.
Paired Increases for Knitting. This one is the right leaning KLL. The KRL leans left. How to remember: the needle tip that is used to pick up the stitch is the direction it will lean.
Knit Evenly app. Figure out how to increase or decrease evenly.