19 comments on “Yarn-Overs Between Knit and Purl Stitches

  1. BTW – thanks for all your videos. I try to watch them all. I wish there was a sort by date, so I could make sure that I haven’t missed any. I can only find a sort by topic.

  2. Hi Staci, Thanks for the video. I neded to know how to do that since I’m working a pattern the calls for a yarn over and then purl.
    What is the pattern of the green shawl you had on in the video? Is it on Ravelry and is it a free pattern? Keep up the great work. You are my mentor and I admire you greatly. I feel I know you in person from watching your videos even though we never met.
    Blessings on you today and Happy Knitting, Grace Mae

  3. Staci, I enjoy watching all your videos. I have learnt so much from you. Keep up good work. Be blessed always.

  4. Thank You so much for this hint, you must have been watching me over my shoulder. I just had this problem. Thanks again! I’m right there with you girl.

  5. Thank you very much Staci, this is very helpful. And I feel like Joanne that you must be watching over my shoulder too! I just had the YO problem for buttonholes in a rib border for a baby cardi and was going to search the internet… and there you are!! šŸ™‚

  6. Staci, can I download your tutorials to my iPad? Ifk so, let me kmow if I have to do anything different. Thanks for your instructional tutorials.

  7. Hi Joan – you can watch them on your iPad in the YouTube application, but you have to be connected to the internet. There isn’t a way to download from YouTube and save it on your iPad. Luckily, there is WiFi everywhere, so you can stay connected!

    S t a c i

  8. Hi Staci:

    I taught myself to knit while I was in the hospital for 4.5 months starting in October 2011. I badly broke my leg so I had to stay put for a while and knitting kept my sanity! I was so happy to find you on You Tube because you taught me everything I know! Even as a novice I was able to create a sock just because of your help. I am working on a top down raglan cardigan and I am having such challenges making increases into a rib. This has been my third time ripping it out because it is not always clear when to knit and when to purl next to a yarn over to complete the row. Do you have any words of wisdom to help me through this pattern?

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  10. This was VERY helpful while I was learning to do the pattern for your Toe Up Lace socks. Thanks for having clear and concise tutorials!

  11. This really helped me a lot! Your videos are the best…now at last I can have the right number of stitches on my needle…it’s been so frustrating!

  12. Hi I just heard about your site . I am having trouble with the p1,yo,p1
    I watched your yo for a knit to a purl and a purl to a knit . But what I need to see is I in the block I am trying to knit the row that states
    It is the purl yarn over purl that I just cannot get . Can you help me here
    Thank you Suzy

  13. Suzy – the YO between the two purl stitches is a regular, full-wrap YO.

    You’ll want to purl the stitch, then wrap the working yarn around the right needle from front to back, then pull the working yarn forward between the two needles again to work the next purl stitch.

    Hope that helps!
    S t a c i

  14. I am working on a shaw that requires a yarn over at the beginning and end of the row. I found directions for the beginning of the row but can’t find anything on how to do it at the end of the row. can you help?

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