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HELP WITH YO INSTRUCTIONS!

by Valerie
(Monrovia, CA)


I am trying to practice chevron lace. Does yfwd, skpo mean I knit a stitch after yarn over or do I yarn over and start directly to skpo? Thank you!

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Jan 22, 2019
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Help with YO instruction "yfwd, skpo"
by: Ratchadawan

Hello Valerie,

Sorry for a delay. I took a little family trip for a 3 day holiday and I just got a chance to get back on my computer to day.

"yfwd, skpo (SKP)" means to do yfwd and then go right to skpo. You don't need to knit a stitch in between.

Thank you for your question. Have a wonderful day!

Ratcha

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