When there is a yarn over in a chart, does that mean you yarn over and then knit the next stitch? I don't usually like to use charts because it's easier for me to knit by the written directions, but I might start a lace project and use a chart because the written instructions aren't available.
The YO in the chart will be represented as a new stitch so you will do the YO (it's usually a little circle)then do whatever the next little box tells you to do, could be a K or a P or a decrease! But no, don't do the YO and then automatically knit.
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