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KNITTING => Knitting: Discussion and Questions => Topic started by: PenguinSoup on October 02, 2011 09:44:29 PM



Title: SSK (slip slip knit) *Tutorial*
Post by: PenguinSoup on October 02, 2011 09:44:29 PM
The slip slip knit is a left slanting decrease. It's actually quite easy but I had a hard time understanding until I saw how it was done. So here it is!

Slip the first two stitches from your left needle to your right needle:


Then insert your left needle into the twi stitches on your right needle then wrap your yarn around your right needle as you would for knitting and knit the twi stitches together:


Ta Da! You're done. It's not all that confusing, right? :)


Title: Re: SSK (slip slip knit) *Tutorial*
Post by: Antidigger on October 03, 2011 02:21:48 AM
Thank you, this is another one I will refer to, as it is a new decrease for me.


Title: Re: SSK (slip slip knit) *Tutorial*
Post by: PenguinSoup on October 03, 2011 09:09:16 AM
Glad these are useful!