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BCL Scarf – Row 2

March 4th, 2010 · 11 Comments · How To Knit A Scarf

This video show how to knit Row 2 of the Column of Leaves Scarf. The unique stitches demonstrated are P2TOG TBL, P2TOG, YO Duration : 0:4:42 Technorati Tags: back, Brooke, Column, Continental, how, knit, knitting, lace, Leaves, loops, Nelson, of, over, p2tog, purl, scarf, tbl, the, through, to, Together, two, yarn, yo

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Left Handed: Scarf Pattern – k1, yo twice, & Drop Yarn Over

February 26th, 2010 · 7 Comments · How To Knit A Scarf

Note: This video is for Left Handed Knitting. If you are Right Handed, please visit the Right Handed instructions here: http://cyberseams.com/article/105605/all_things_knitting/knitting_a_scarf_pattern_that_has_yarn_overs.html This video will show you how to knit a scarf pattern that uses yarn overs and dropped yarn overs (also known as yo). The needle size used in this video is US10 / 6mm […]

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How to Knit: Scarf Pattern – k1, yo twice, and Drop Yarn Ove

June 2nd, 2009 · 11 Comments · How To Knitting

This video will show you how to knit a scarf pattern that uses yarn overs and dropped yarn overs (also known as yo). The needle size used in this video is US10 / 6mm and the yarn is Caron Simply Soft. The pattern and more information about this tutorial can be found at: http://cyberseams.com/article/105605/all_things_knitting/knitting_a_scarf_pattern_that_has_yarn_overs.html If […]

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Knitting: yo or Yarn Over — Left Handed Version

December 2nd, 2008 · No Comments · Knitting Patterns

Knitting Abbreviation: yo for Yarn Over. These are common abbreviations in knitting patterns and another way to increase and also used in making eyelets and decorative stitches. ** Note: This is the Left Handed Version – if you are right handed, you can find that version here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jhU6ztQsLs For more info on increasing/decreasing stitches, check […]

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Knitting Abbreviations: yo or Yarn Over

November 30th, 2008 · No Comments · Knitting Yarn

Knitting Abbreviation: yo for Yarn Over. These are common abbreviations in knitting patterns and another way to increase and also used in making eyelets and decorative stitches. For more info on increasing/decreasing stitches, check out: http://cyberseams.com/article/105022/all_things_knitting/how_to_knit_left_handed_how_to_increase_and_decrease_stitches.html This video does not teach you how to knit. If you are new to knitting these additional resources may […]

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