OKay, so it's now 3 am, and I have gotten as far as the short row back on my baby girl's "pants". I mastered the short row back, thanks to the helpful demo video, but my question is this:
The instructions say:
"when you reach stitch marker B, work a short row back (doodles.thoughtline.com/knitting101/shortrows.html
when you reach stitch marker (A) turn back around and continue knitting for 3 rows.
repeat a short row set from marker (B) back to (A) and on again.
knit 3 rows
repeat one more short row set from marker (B) back to (A), remove markers and knit on until your body measures your needed rise."
Does this mean I knit, then row back for 3 rows (do that bit 3 rows then move on), OR do I knit around the whole thing, go back at the stitch markers, then continue knitting around for 3 rows?
This doesn't even make sense to me as I type it. I'm off to bed, perhaps someone can tell me what I'm supposed to do, or the directions will make sense after some sleep.