How to work a drop stitch
A drop stitch pattern is created by working a row (or round) where a series of yarn-overs are made, and then on the next row (or round), when you encounter these yarn-overs, you slide them off the needle. This creates a row of elongated stitches – a neat affect, especially when it’s paired with Garter stitch as I did in the above photo, in my Addilyn Capelet.
The photo tutorial below shows how to work a “k1, yarn-over (YO)”. You can also watch my video tutorial here.
And in this photo tutorial, I show you how to drop the YO’s on the next row (or round):