|Use your cable needle, double point or tapestry needle (what I used) and to slip the stitches onto the needle.|
|The 6 stitches are now on the tapestry needle.|
|Bring your yarn to the back of the work, behind the tapestry needle.|
|...and wrap the yarn around the stitches and then bring it to the front.|
|The pattern calls for 2 wraps, so bring the yarn behind the stitches.|
|...and then back around the front.|
|Move the yarn to the back of the work, and slip the stitches back to the working needle. (Of course, if you are on a cable needle or small DPN you can work straight from the needle, with no need to slip them back to the working needle.)|
|Make sure the yarn is to the back. Tighten the wraps as necessary for the stitch. I tighten just to remove slack.|
|This pattern calls for working the 6 stitches in patter, in this case k2, p2, k2.|
|The finished stitch.|
This project can be seen at Summer Violets.
Photos copyright Prairie Willow Knits. "Lord What Fools" pattern copyright by Claire Ellen..