We have had a busy few days, and all of the print copies of Something New to Learn About Lace have now been shipped, so hopefully parcels will start landing on doormats very shortly. I am looking forward to casting on for a Nissolia shawl very shortly. In the meantime, here is the next in our video tutorial series...
One of the most common errors in lace knitting is to forget to work a yarn over. It's just far too easy to do... whether you didn't quite catch the yarn around your needle tip, or you flat out forgot it, we have all done it! The good news is that it's also a really easy mistake to fix. The video below takes you through how to pick up that missed yarn over on the following wrong side row (if you've checked your work and spotted that it was missing), as well as on the following right side row (if you spot it when you are working over the pattern, and it doesn't line up correctly).
I hope this video is helpful – it is also a good reminder on how to read across your lace knitting.
Are you knitting a lace project this weekend?