How To s1, k2tog, psso
Also written as sl 1, k2tog, psso this is all about slipping stitches and decreasing.
This little collection of knitting jargon achieves one thing… It decreases your stitches on a knit row.
And if you’re looking for a dramatic affect, this is the way to go! You’ll likely see this when creating lace fabric or when knitting up some small items such as Christmas decorations or knitted toys, to create a faster decrease and give a sharper shaping to the fabric.
To see other videos on this topic check out:
Knitting Jargon Playlist:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnqw36aiAI0i81h63AbqW9vmcVNorzdoRHow to Knit YFWD:
How To Knit Double Ribbing: https://youtu.be/UKVkyMBA3nAHow to SSK and SKPO in Knitting:
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