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Old 01-14-2006, 08:51 PM   #1
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yarn over question
When a pattern calls for a YO, do you do a k1 stitch for the YO, or do you follow the stitch pattern? For example, if the pattern reads: K1, K2tog, YO, K2tog, knit to end. Do you K1, K2tog, knit one with the yarn forward, K2tog, knit to end--------or do you K1, K2tog, K2tog with the yarn forward, knit to end...........hope this makes sense!
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The yo is only that--putting the yarn over. It doesn't include a knit stitch.

So in this case you would k2tog, put the yo, k2tog. The yo stitch will form when you do the next one.
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Thanks, Ingrid!! I thought so, but wanted to be sure.
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