How to Crochet the Sea Tangle Jacket: Part 2
Once you begin the first round (with RS facing you), be sure to move each marker around the stitch which you worked where the marker originally sat. This marked stitch will be at the center of each increase; in other words, you'll be increasing (working 2 hdc) into both the stitch immediately before AND after the marked stitch. This image (above left) shows the marked stitch. The next 2 images show the marker moved to the center stitch after each increase. You can see the 2 stitches (ncrease) in each stitch of the row below flanking the marked center stitch. You can also see how stacking the increases on top of one another makes the points more pronounced the more rows you work. That's all there is to it!
Don't forget, you'll be turning your work after each round to keep following the pattern as written. These rows are long, but remember the prize – it's SO worth it! At the back neck, where the collar folds down, you'll get to see the WS of your work (faux purl). I think this give a lovely contrast to the rest of the piece.
— Jill Wright
Get your copy of the Sea Tangle Jacket pattern then be sure to come back for Part 3 of How to Crochet the Sea Tangle Jacket.