Does yarn over make a hole?
A yarn over (abbreviated yo) makes an extra stitch on your needle and creates a deliberate little hole in your fabric. Yarn overs are an indispensable part of lace knitting. They have a multitude of other applications, as well, such as decorative increases, buttonholes, and novelty stitch patterns.
What is stocking stitch?
The stockinette stitch (or stocking stitch in the UK) is formed by one row of knit stitches, one row of purl stitches. Learning the stockinette / stocking stitch is a great next step once you’ve learned how to knit and purl. It can be used for everything from sweaters and cardigans, to bags, hats and socks.
What is yo in knitting mean?
In knitting, a yarn over is technique in which the yarn is passed over the right-hand knitting needle. … Yarn-overs are often used to increase the number of stitches, since knitting a yarn-over creates a new stitch where none existed previously, but does not use up a stitch on the needle.