Hey guys. Here are the directions for increases from a pattern for my sister's sweater that I'm making (thanks TallGuy). I have always used EZ's method for increases with the loops that mirror each other. I'm assuming that this is the same but what is the advantage of this method? EZ's seems much easier and practically invisible.
paired m1 (make one) increases:
first increase of each pair: using the left needle, pick up horizontal strand between last
stitch and next stitch, from the front. Knit through the back loop.
second increase: using the left needle, pick up the strand from the back and knit.