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PostHeaderIcon How to Knit : How to Knit Yarn Forward

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Yarn forward is a knitting term that is often seen in patterns that are written in England, and it is essentially the same thing as a yard over. Bring yarn forward and around a needle without inserting it into the stitch with help from a knitting instructor in this free video on knitting a yarn forward. Expert: Jan Runkel Contact: Bio: Jan Runkel has over 15 years of experience in knitting and crocheting instruction and design. Runkel is currently the on-site instructor for Yarn Company of Palm Desert in California. Filmmaker: Gina Miller-Britton

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PostHeaderIcon Knitting Abbreviations – yfwd sl1 k1 psso k2tog

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yfwd – Yarn Forward sl 1 – Slip 1 k1 – Knit 1 psso – Pass Slipped Stitch Over k2tog – Knit 2 Together These are common abbreviations in knitting patterns. For a full list of knitting abbreviations, visit: For more info on increasing/decreasing stitches, check out: This video does not teach you how to knit. Ifyou are new to knitting these additional resources may be helpful to you: How to Knit – the Basics: To learn more about knitting, sewing, crafting and to get project ideas and patterns, visit us at! Music Credits Awakening Nery Bauer Blue Skies John Radford

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