Question: What does KO mean in knitting?

This was a top Wiki answer – KO in knitting means “Knit Over” or, in other words, pass one knit stitch over the next.

What does it mean in knitting when it says no stitch?

Sometimes in knitting charts the stitch count changes from row to row. As a consequence some rows of the chart will have more columns than are necessary. The squares that are not required in a particular row are “no stitch” squares.

What does knit over purl mean?

Sometimes you will see the instruction in a pattern to “knit the knits and purl the purls as you see them” or K the Ks and P the Ps. That sounds more confusing than it is. All this means is that you’re knitting the opposite of the row you just knit.

What does knit 2 together mean?

Knit two together is the most basic method of decreasing stitches. It makes a decrease that slants slightly to the right and is often abbreviated as K2Tog or k2tog in patterns. To “knit two together” is just like making a regular knit stitch, but you work through two stitches instead of just one.

How do you read a knit lace chart?

ORDER. First, unlike text, you read a lace chart in the direction you knit. That is, right to left, bottom to top (see red arrows above). The stitches and rows should be numbered in this direction to guide you.

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Why do my knits look like purls?

The most likely culprit is that you are wrapping your yarn the wrong way around your needle on either the knit side, the purl side, or both. You should always wrap the yarn counterclockwise around your needle.