The M1R (which stands for "Make One Right") is a right-leaning increase stitch. It is worked into the horizontal strand of yarn (or "bar") between the first stitch on the left needle and the last stitch on the right.
Use the toggle below to view the M1R performed in the Continental and English styles.
The make-one increases can be a bit tricky to get the hang of, because the horizontal bar you pick up is not a true loop like a real stitch. You may need to hold the yarn down in order to get your needle through.