OK, I’m confused.
I’m getting ahead with my booties after completing my first pair this morning, so that I’m prepared for the several storks visiting in the next few months.
The patterns I’m using are quite old.
In this current pattern, there are yfwd, Yon, yfrn and yfon stitches. According to the glossary on this site:
aka yf - yarn forward
yarn forward and 'round needle same as yo
yarn forward and over needle same as yo
yarn over needle same as yo
They are all the same.
The booties are quite lacy so I’m expecting a few YO’s, but why does the pattern change the name of them?
Is there a slight difference between each one or are they all the same and the pattern writer forgot her coffee that day?