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PBystrak 04-13-2005 09:49 AM

Help with K2 (yfwd) twice.
 
I am getting ready to start my first sweater which has lace work. I understand most of the instructions except for the K2 (yfwd) twice. Can someone help me.

KellyK 04-13-2005 10:29 AM

That means knit 2 while holding the yarn in the front of the work, like where you hold your yarn if you are about to purl.

ekgheiy 04-13-2005 05:14 PM

Hmm :thinking:

I interpret that as K2 then YO twice.

I would expect to see "yfwd, K2" to get Kelly's interpretation ...

Soooo .. Hmm ... PBystrak? Does the pattern have holes in it??

:??

rebecca 04-13-2005 05:33 PM

I going to have to agree with Kelly...knit 2 with yarn in forward position :thinking:

KellyK 04-13-2005 05:40 PM

Ive never seen a YO called a yfwd.... :?? and, if you were YOing twice, wouldnt the only possible purpose be an elongated st? :thinking:

ekgheiy 04-13-2005 05:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by KellyK
Ive never seen a YO called a yfwd.... :?? and, if you were YOing twice, wouldnt the only possible purpose be an elongated st? :thinking:

Yep ;) That's why I'm wondering if the pattern is holey ... :thinking:

KellyK 04-13-2005 06:08 PM

:mad: well then, why wouldnt they just SAY YOx2??? :mad:
Those stupid pattern people!

ekgheiy 04-14-2005 10:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by KellyK
:mad: well then, why wouldnt they just SAY YOx2??? :mad:
Those stupid pattern people!

I agree with ya! ;) They should say YOx2. But I could be wrong in my interpretation ya know :oops:

Hey PBystrak?? Where are ya?? Can we get some more pattern details please? Is the pattern online so we can take a looky-peek? :mrgreen:

:??

PBystrak 04-20-2005 08:33 AM

k2 yfwd 2
 
The pattern is not on line. The sweater does have holes in it it is a lace pattern. The next row does say to k1 p1 in the yfwd.

KellyK 04-20-2005 09:02 AM

Can you post a link to the pattern?


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