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Help with YO

Posted by useratl (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 19, 07 at 11:44

Has anybody done any patterns which require a YO at the end of the row? How do you secure this to work with it?

There's such a configuration in a double brioche rib pattern that has me stuck.

Stressful pattern here:
http://nonaknits.typepad.com/nonaswatches/2007/02/10_february_200.html


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RE: Help with YO

No, I have never seen that done. Must make a loopy edge.


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RE: Help with YO

I got curious reading your post, went to your link, then searched Brioche Stitch. I think if you do the search, you'll find the same appearance in knitted product, but the directions are different. No yarnovers at the end of rows, anyway.
-www.knitting-and.com/homework/brioche.htm
-www.plasticsoul.org/brioche.html
-persnicketyknitter-gallery.blogspot.com/2005/09/brioche-stitch-ritratto-scarf.html
Look at these websites, anyway, and see what you think.
Diane


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