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How-To: Fix a Forgotten Yarn-Over

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For the past month I’ve been carrying around the most perfect fluffy yellow yarn. I can’t show you the yarn just yet – it is a new one for fall – but I can tell you that it is simply fabulous! I finally began playing with the yarn for a special project. The pattern stitch is made up of a series of yarn-overs that create a pretty lace design that’s simple to knit. I’ve been knitting on this project everywhere, which occasionally means distractions. Most often, I’ve looked down at my knitting and realized I forgot a yarn over. Sometimes when this happens I rip back and fix my mistake. Other times, I do a sneaky little trick to make up for my missed yarn over. This is works if you discover you have forgotten a yarn over in the next row. Watch as I demonstrate…

(Shown below from left to right) This would work with Chock, Zircon, or Hantsuki.

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Hope this helps in your next project!

Happy Making,

Emily

 

3 Comments Post a comment
  1. every so often I throw in an extra yarn over … messes up my count on the next row. then I have to fix it. grrr. i’ll forget a yarn over, too, but that’s no biggie.

    May 21, 2014
    • emilyoneil #

      That extra yarn over is tricky!

      May 21, 2014
  2. Kathleen #

    Or missing a yo and not noticing it for a couple of rows!

    May 26, 2014

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