I found an old knitting book from 1973. I’m trying out a floral lace sample, and the book often uses the abbreviation YF, yarn forward. Is this the same thing as YO?
If it is, there’s one part I don’t understand. It says to YF, slip a stitch, and then k2tog. The working yarn is left where that YF is … meaning it has to pass over the slipped stitch to work the k2tog, and that doesn’t look right at all. Am I doing something wrong? (I guess I’ve gotta find out the YF > YO part first, haha.)