How to knit yo, k2 tog, yo. Then next row knit all stitches

by Bonnie Emter
(Henderson, NV)

My lace cotton ponchette 2 rows are as follows ( the 2 rows I’m stuck on)

1. “yo, k2tog, yo”
2. Knit

Thank you,

Bonnie Emter

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Feb 16, 2022
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lace cotton ponchette
by: Ratchadawan

Hi Bonnie,


You can just knit into every stitches on the needle including the "yo" stitchs. The yarn over stitches look different than the k stitches they will look better after you knit them.

Here is a short video I made to help you understand better;




Have a great evening!
Ratcha

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