It's interaction time! I've now started on the sleeves of my husband's cabled sweater and need to make single paired increases at both ends every few rows until I shape the sleeve cap. I cannot do fully-fashioned increases for these particular sleeves because I must "reconstitute" the pattern after each increase, so the increases must be right next to the selvedge stitch. Further, the sides of the sleeves are in 4/3 rib, so there will be some times when I'll need to create a purl stitch and other times when I need to create a knit stitch, and we'll have to take into account that the stitches lying next to the increase will also vary - sometimes there will be a purl stitch and other times there will be a knit stitch. I once did a cabled sweater with seed stitch that required the pattern be continued this way when making increases, and I used the old knit into the same stitch/purl into the same stitch twice method. It looked like crap! So I ask you, talented reader, to suggest an increase that will look snappy on this type of pattern. It doesn't have to be invisible, but all I'd like is that it look good, create no holes, and not be a pain in the arse to seam. Ideas?