Two types of yarn overs are demonstrated here - a yarn over preceding a knit stitch and a yarn over preceding a purl stitch.  Every knitter should have both in their knitting know-how!

Two types of yarn overs are demonstrated here - a yarn over preceding a knit stitch and a yarn over preceding a purl stitch. Every knitter should have both in their knitting know-how

Teaching me how to yarn over (yo)! Finally- someone who explained it in a way I understand!!!

Several Increase options. Great tutorials by Sandi Rosner from Twist Collective. (yarn over increase is shown here)

Crochet basket made with tape yarn over plastic tubing

Crochet basket made with tape yarn over plastic tubing. I could use old oxygen tubing!

From Jimmy Bean: How To Do Yarn Overs Four Different Ways. Did you know that there are many ways to do a yarn over (YO)? We didn't either, until Terry shared her knowledge of YOs with us. In this instructional video, she shares it with you as well! Find out the various ways to knit a YO depending on whether you are knitting or purling - and the next time you need to YO, you'll be an expert!

How To Do Yarn Overs Four Different Ways Instructional Article at Jimmy Beans Wool site met diverse instructiefilmpjes

yarn over vs yarn under for crochet. Does it really matter? Because if so I've been crocheting wrong!

Basics: "Yarn over" (yo) is correct. Grabbing the yarn from "under" is incorrect. She even has a video on this page to demonstrate the correct and incorrect way for right handed and left handed crocheters!

Narcissus Lace Tunisian Stitch Crochet Tutorial - (lotsofcrochetstitches.blogspot)

Narcissus Lace-tunisian-stitch Step Insert hook in chain from hook; yarn over, draw up a loop Repeat Step 1 across row, keeping all loops on your hook.} Step Yarn over, draw through 2 loops on your hook; *chain draw through 5 loops on your hook

Twisted Yarn Over- a very nice increase stitch

Twisted Yarn Over- a very nice increase stitch. I use these when knitting socks so I can tell which round I'm working. I call them open and closed yarn overs

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