So, my grandma lives in an assisted living home, and the dining room there gets really chilly. She has asked me to make her a shawl, and I've chosen the "Summer Shawlette" by Sandi Wiseheart from knittingdaily, pattern located http://www.knittingdaily.com/freepatterns/shawls_stoles/Summer_Shawlette_Faroese_Islands36-1.html
I have done the crochet cast on, knit my setup row, the next row is what gets me!
Since the pattern is free online, I hope that it's ok that I post the next part of the pattern:
Next row: with the same side of work facing you, rotate piece so selvedge at end of row just completed is uppermost (uppermost??). Bring yarn to front. Skipping the first slipped selvedge st closest to the needle, *wyf, insert right needle from back to front under both legs of next slipped selvedge st, wrap yarn aroudn as if to purl, an ddraw up a purl st onto right needle; repeat from * 19 more times.
I am so confused! Can anyone help??