That's ok I just need to know what it means to yarn forward. I didn't think that it really was just yo, because that makes sort of hole in the cloth, right? The dishrag I'm trying to do doesn't look like it has any decorative holes in it.
If yfwd is followed by a knit stitch or a dec like ssk or skp, then it's the same as a YO. If it's followed by just a slip stitch or two that is not part of a dec, then you bring the yarn forward while you slip the st/s and then back for the next bit.
This is supposed to be a simple pattern, but I can't get past the very first row. It says to: Cast on 1 st. 1st row: (RS). (K1.yfwd.K1) all in st.3 sts. What does this mean in English. It's just a dishrag for Pete's sake!!
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