Your question: What does LR1 mean in knitting?

What is a right lifted increase in knitting?

The RLI, or right lifted increase, is a single increase that creates two stitches from one. To work it, insert your right-hand needle into the stitch below the first stitch on your left-hand needle from back to front. Lift just this stitch and place it, untwisted, onto your left-hand needle.

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