need help with fisherman's rib

I need video to explain this stitch, please

Row 1: (k1, p1) across
Row 2: (k1, yo, sl 1 purl wise) across
Row 3: (k1 tog with yo from previous row, yo, sl 1 purl wise) across
Repeat row three

another fisherman’s rib version!!

The stitch pattern you posted is really brioche stitch. The finished pattern looks like fisherman’s rib but is worked differently. It’s a beautiful stitch pattern no matter how you work it.
There are a couple of different videos for brioche stitch. They may begin differently but they are basically the same stitch.

Here’s fisherman’s rib just so you can see the difference in method.

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thank you so much
and for the technique of yarn over can you explain it more!
I need the pattern with yarn over!

The important thing to remember about the yarn over is that it doesn’t use a stitch. Bring the yarn to the front between the needles and then over the right needle to the back to knit the next stitch.
You can always keep yourself in pattern by being sure to knit one together with the yo.
One important thing about the brioche stitch. Use lifelines and note into which row you’ve put the lifeline. It’s time consuming to correct mistakes!

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thank you for responding me