i’m troubling viewing the video about yo, so i just ask here then…
ok, i found this pattern, part of it said : yo, k1
my question is, does the yo itself mean just ‘yarn over’, i mean, not including knit?
yo is increase and i got 2 loops on the right needle (1 extra loop) and then i knit next loop?
or (sorry, to much ‘or’)
the last loop on the yo will be knitted (k1)? i mean, i remove back the last loop on yo to the left needle and knit it (again)…
from the pattern i got (i count loop and all), seems like yo and k1 is 1 process…
this is the pattern…i got this from www.lionbrand.com…you can see the picture from this web…cool web, i like it…
Drop Stitch Pattern
(multiple of 8 sts plus 2)
Note: this is a generic pattern for creating this stitch pattern. For a single repeat, it would be eight stitches plus two additional stitches (but you’d have a VERY narrow piece!) In the example shown, there are four repeats of the stitch, so to make the same, you need to cast on 34 stitches (8 x the 4 multiple plus the 2 extra stitches.)
Preparation row (RS) *P2, k1, yo, k1, p2, k2; rep from *, end p2.
Rows 1, 3 and 5 (WS) *K2, p2, k2, p3; rep from *, end k2.
Rows 2 and 4 *P2, k3, p2, k2; rep from *, end p2.
Row 6 *P2, k1, drop next st off needle and unravel to the yo 6 rows below, k1, p2, k1, yo, k1; rep from *, end p2.
Rows 7, 9 and 11 *K2, p3, k2, p2; rep from *, end k2.
Rows 8 and 10 *P2, k2, p2, k3; rep from *, end p2.
Row 12 *P2, k1, yo, k1, p2, k1, drop next st off needle and unravel 6 rows down, k1; rep from *, end p2.
Rep rows 1-12.