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Hello, Annenita -

"Yarn over twice" is a knitting term for a stitch which will create a lacy looking piece of knitting as well as one of the knitting stitches used to create a button hole.

This YouTube video demonstrates the yarn over twice (also called "double yarn over"):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yr2vuz5qqBk

Best wishes.

Crafts & Hobbies | Answered on Aug 01, 2018 | 488 views


Hello, Nina -

I can only think that your knitting project uses more than one color or more than one type of yarn.

You will need to decide which yarn will be A and which one will be B.

If my explanation is not clear to you, find the telephone number of the shop nearest to you which sells knitting and crochet yarns and make a telephone call to ask someone employed at the shop to explain it.

Best wishes.

Crafts & Hobbies | Answered on Jul 26, 2018 | 741 views


try manufacturer or an online search using make and model

Crafts & Hobbies | Answered on Jul 18, 2018 | 874 views


Not sure what you don't understand.
when it says work 29sts you put the rest on a stitch holder and continue in color and pattern back and forth until the end of that section, of the 29 sts. Then pick up the stitches from the stitch holder and continue in pattern and color to match the other side, You may have to reverse the pattern and color or you may not. Hope this helps. If not, yiu need to leave morevinfo. :)

Crafts & Hobbies | Answered on Jul 02, 2018 | 1,050 views


Hello, Ann -

I think your question is a knitting one. I hope you do not mind that I recategorized your question the Fixya.com category for Crafts & Hobbies from Computers & Internet, where it landed.

If my guess that your questions are about knitting, the abbreviation "yon" stands for the knitting action of "yarn over needle."

This YouTube video provides a good demonstration of "yarn over needle":
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06_Lx7XHL_s

This web page gives instructions, with images, for 2 ways to perform the "yarn over needle" action, depending upon whether you knit following "English Style" or "Continental Style".

As for knitting needle sizes, see a millimeter to UK to US conversion chart for knitting needles here:
http://p2tog.com/conversionchart.html

Best wishes.

Crafts & Hobbies | Answered on Jun 29, 2018 | 1,026 views


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Crafts & Hobbies | Answered on Jun 25, 2018 | 1,269 views


Look this, pls
https://youtu.be/VkpU8i_Qvu0

https://www.pointsprizes.com/ref/5674373

Crafts & Hobbies | Answered on Jun 23, 2018 | 469 views


Color glue sticks are available in variety packs or sold as individual colors to complete a specific project - some of the popular color choices include caramel, light blue, burgundy, copper metallic, forest green, ivory, orange, yellow and red. Also, a series of hot melt glue sticks in a choice of assorted glitter colors are available - Colored Glue Sticks

Crafts & Hobbies | Answered on Jun 15, 2018 | 429 views


Hello, Lena -

1. I hope you do not mind that I re-categorized your question from the Fixya.com category of Sewing Machines, where it landed, to Crafts & Hobbies.

2. This is a link to a YouTube video demonstrating the puff stitch:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBnVRKY7mfA

This is another YouTube video demonstrating the puff stitch:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XkvxL8-QvHk

You will find written instructions here:
http://www.crochetguru.com/crochet-puff-stitch.html

Best wishes.

Crafts & Hobbies | Answered on Jun 04, 2018 | 362 views


What kind of tool? Do you have a photo?

Crafts & Hobbies | Answered on May 30, 2018 | 647 views

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