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Old 04-15-2010, 08:07 PM   #2
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K2tog then you'll repeat - knit 1, yo, k1, yo. A YO is like making a knit st, except you don't have the R needle inserted into a stitch on the L needle, it's just wrapping the yarn around the needle. The term yfwd is British and describes how the yarn is placed while in the US patterns tell you what the result is.
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