by AD Staff January 01, 2019 1 min read

Learn The Yarnover (YO) Knitting Technique

When you knit a yarn over (Abbreviated yo), you are adding an extra stitch to your work. When you go back over this stitch on the next row, you will get a lace-like hole in your work that also acts as an increase.

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