The increases appear to be "kfb" increases.
You knit into the front and then the back of the first 2 stitches, then knit the last stitch normally.
It sounds like you're trying to do a "lift increase" between the stitches.
Originally Posted by Sailor
I often do one knitted item, and then a jar of preserves with a small loaf of either pumpkin bread or banana bread. The preserves I make in the summer. And the loaf is a gift loaf. So, it comes from that pan that has 8 loaf shapes in it - anyone know what I mean? And you just make the batter for one regular loaf, and divided up among the 8 loaf shapes. If that makes sense.
Anyway, I wrap it up nicely, and give that...
Theresa @ Little Turtle Knits has one for sale:
I highly recommend any of Theresa's patterns.
They're well-written, easy to follow, and have an index of instructions.
You can also contact her with any problems.
I knit a blanket for my Gram last fall (as her Christmas gift last year), that was 35 total squares that were 12" x 12" each.
It took me about 2 months to finish it, knitting everyday.
Good luck with your mamoth project.