The Yarn Forward Round Needle Stitch is a variation on the Yarn Over. The Yarn Over is a method of making a hole in your fabric. The YFRN term comes from British terminology, and it has a very specific meaning: making a Yarn Over when coming from a Knit Stitch …
The Yarn Over is technically an increase, as it adds a stitch to your fabric. However, it's generally paired with a decrease to make an eyelet. The yarn over is used to make many designs and patterns, most often for lace.
This classic Shetland lace pattern is a breeze to knit. With it's beautiful scalloped edges, it's a great way to edge a piece. It would work great on a shawl, cardigan, or a lacy skirt.
The Ploughed Acre Lace Stitch is a beautiful, simple lace pattern. Using only yarn overs and two easy decreases, it is well suited to beginning lace knitters. With it's strong vertical lines, it works up nicely into scarfs, shawls, and light sweaters.
This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the feather faggot stitch. This stitch creates a fancy mesh design with lots of texture. The feather faggot stitch would be great for scarves, shrugs, shawls!
The English Mesh Lace Stitch creates a fancy lace design with lots of texture. The English Mesh Lace stitch would be great for shrugs, blouses, shawls!
This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the drooping elm leaf stitch. This stitch creates a beautiful leaf pattern. The drooping elm leaf stitch would be great for scarves, blouses, shawls!