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Published on Jun 14, 2012
Hi everyone! This video demonstrates how to do a yarn over, or YO, increase, using a Knook, between two knit stitches. The knit stitch was done from left to right (K LR). This is a common type of increase and often seen in lace and eyelet patterns.
Very easy to do. When you knit this YO, the stitch may seem loose. However, the effect is really nice and leaves big holes on your work.
Materials: Red Heart Acrylic in yellow 5.00 mm Knook Rattail cord
*** My abbreviations: K LR = knit stitch from left to right K RL = knit stitch from right to left (will be considered knit through the back loop) P RL = purl stitch from right to left P LR = purl stitch from left to right (will be considered purl through the back loop)