Okay, I’ve looked both these up on the Internet and found a lot of stuff, but I am still having a problem. This is a British pattern and I know that YON is done bet. a p and a k, whereas a YRN is done between 2 p’s. The problem is with the YON. The help I found said that when you do a YON, your yarn is already in the front, so you have to “flip” the thread over the needle again to create that extra stitch. However, when I do this and I come back on the next row, that stitch “unknits itself”. In other words, the extra stitch created falls off and you have one huge loop instead of two stitches. Also, when it says to flip it (or wrap it again) which direction do you go: Clockwise around needle, or counterclockwise around needle? HELP!