I have started a new sweater and have a Rowan pattern book, “Simple Shapes, Creative Linen”. The sweater is on page 31. I’ve completed the ribbing and am about to set the pattern up. It goes:
sl1, k2tog, psso, yfwd, k2tog, yfwd, k5 on right side, p5 on wrong side
I am unfamiliar with yfwd. I’m clear that it means “yarn forward”, but how do they mean that? Is it the same as “yarn over needle”?