Hope somebody could help me. I started knitting years ago when I was about 4 or 5, taught by my Nanna.
Anyway, I never progressed passed stocking stick and garter stitch etc. because she got too frail to teach me and my Mam doesn't knit.
Anyway, this year i decided I would teach myself to knit, so I bought a book with some simple patterns in and some needles and wool.
After a bit of a practice I've decided to do a pattern and looking at the key I know what the stitches are, but when it says yard forward 'yfwd' what does that mean?
the row that it says it on is as follows:
K2, p1, (k1, yfwd) twice, k1, p1, k2 (11sts).
after trawling through the internet and looking on the link from the sticky I can't see what you do when you need to yarn forward?
Can anybody help?
Mrs Q :shrug:
Oh, and thanks in advance!