Yarn forward

by Liz

My pattern says.. yf(k1, yf) 5 times, k4tog

How many stitches should I then have? Also do I yf and then k4tog?

Knitting again after long time so bit rusty!!

Liz Sheehan

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Oct 17, 2020
yf question
by: Ratchadawan

Hello Liz,

yf(k1, yf) 5 times, k4tog would be;

yf, (k1yf, k1yf, k1yf, k1yf, k1yf ) then k4 tog

you'll get 6 yfs for this set. Yes, k4tog should come after yf.


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