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Yarn Over (yo)

August 15th, 2009 · 25 Comments · How To Choose Yarn

Instructional video for a yarn over increase

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  • 1 kitchy321 // Aug 15, 2009 at

    Thank you! I so …
    Thank you! I so get this now!

  • 2 seemoney15 // Aug 15, 2009 at

    thank you !!
    thank you !!

  • 3 iabbervocium // Aug 15, 2009 at

    NOW I get it! Your …
    NOW I get it! Your video totally helped me understand my pattern. You’re awesome.

  • 4 autumngirl2010 // Aug 15, 2009 at

    Your videos are so …
    Your videos are so helpful! Thanks.

  • 5 angie78angie // Aug 15, 2009 at

    Thanks so much, …
    Thanks so much, like other viewers I have read about the yarn over in my knitting books and didn’t understand. This makes it all so clear.

  • 6 MrPugfish // Aug 15, 2009 at

    You are a wonderful …
    You are a wonderful teacher!
    Merci beaucoup!

  • 7 tekoumajenny // Aug 15, 2009 at

    Soooo helpful. It …
    Soooo helpful. It all makes sense now. Thank you for such a useful, concise and comprehensive demonstration!

  • 8 soniamills31 // Aug 15, 2009 at

    Thank you , very …
    Thank you , very clear instructions 🙂

  • 9 combs67 // Aug 15, 2009 at

    Thank You! I need …
    Thank You! I need visual training, instead of reading knitting manuals. Excellent Instructor! 🙂

  • 10 SOYNOVA // Aug 15, 2009 at

    Thank you, Thank …
    Thank you, Thank you! I read it out of my book but didn’t know it was the easy! Thank you!!!!!

  • 11 tutorisgirl // Aug 15, 2009 at

    Aha, I started a …
    Aha, I started a blanket and realized something was wrong. You’ve saved my sanity.

  • 12 thunder439 // Aug 15, 2009 at

    I cannot thank you …
    I cannot thank you enough for all of your tutorials with knitting!!! My late Grandma is not here for me to ask…and I am determined to keep this art alive!!! God Bless and Thank you!!!!

  • 13 Goddess529 // Aug 15, 2009 at

    As always, you …
    As always, you explain things beautifully. Thank you so much!!!! 🙂

  • 14 achoirguy // Aug 15, 2009 at

    knitwitch, as …
    knitwitch, as always, this is a great video!

  • 15 rcosel // Aug 15, 2009 at

    Thanks so much — …
    Thanks so much — this was a life saver

  • 16 kewlpegs // Aug 15, 2009 at

    thank you for being …
    thank you for being so helpful (slow, good demonstration, etc.) sooooo much better than others out there :))))
    say, i couldn’t find you doing a psso…do you have a video of that??

  • 17 shotzineff // Aug 15, 2009 at

    Really great demo!
    Really great demo!

  • 18 juneisok // Aug 15, 2009 at

    This is so helpful! …
    This is so helpful! Thank you!<333

  • 19 imsoweird9671 // Aug 15, 2009 at

    thanks for this …
    thanks for this video! it makes so much more sense than the books! 🙂

  • 20 DeziRules1998 // Aug 15, 2009 at

    my teacher teaches …
    my teacher teaches knitting and she has no time to teach me things so i look on youtube. This video rocks

  • 21 maryac58 // Aug 15, 2009 at

    Thank you, your …
    Thank you, your demonstration( camera work, close up, blue background) and explanation make for a high quality help video. Well done!

  • 22 valntyn // Aug 15, 2009 at

    Thank you so much!! …
    Thank you so much!! This tutorial is excellent & made this knitting-newbie feel very comfortable learning a new term. I’m knitting a hooded blanket for our first baby (due in June) & once I understood how to do the YO, the blanket became VERY easy, knitting quickly & smoothly! The YO edges are gorgeous! Thanks again so much for the help!!

  • 23 PoweredByChocolate // Aug 15, 2009 at

    thank you knitwitch!
    thank you knitwitch!

  • 24 hollywoodzengirl // Aug 15, 2009 at

    knitwitch has the …
    knitwitch has the best knitting videos on youtube! the clearest!thank you!

  • 25 theknitwitch // Aug 15, 2009 at

    Yes, a YO will …
    Yes, a YO will always increase your stitches. If you are doing a YO for decorative purposes only then you have to pair it with a decrease to keep your stitch count even. So, your pattern might be *k2, YO, k2tog* or something like that.

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