I'm working on some handles for a felt tote and the yarn forward is messing me up. I'm making a medium size so it will be the first number in the parenthesis.
With size 11 needles and a dbl strand of wool, cast on 7 (9,9) sts.
Row 1. k4 (5,5), yf, slip 3 (4,4), turn
Row 2. Taking yarn across back of work, pull firmly then k4 (5,5), yf, slip 3 (4,4), turn.
Row 1, good. No problem. When I get to row two, what am I supposed to do with the yf? It's there, adding a stitch to my needle, yet the directions don't say what to do with it! Yarn forward is the same as a yarn over, right? The directions define yf as: bring yarn to the front between the needles. Yeah? And? *groan*
Advice would greatly be appreciated.