Increases - Techniques with Theresa - Knitty: Winter 2009
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How to make the Slip Slip Knit (SSK) and why! | Jo-Creates
Slip Slip Knit (SSK) is the “sister stitch” to K2tog. Both decrease the number of stitches you have. Like most knitting stitches, “Slip Slip Knit (SSK”), describes what you do…to reduce a stitch this way, you will carry out the following steps: Slipping “knitwise” simply means putting your needle under the stitch as if you …
M1R and M1L Knitting Increases a Tutorial for New Knitters from B.Hooked
The M1r and M1L knitting increases are used in various types of patterns for shaping. These are essential techniques for any knitter to know.
Lean to the right, lean to the left (We're talking decreases!) | Interweave
Learning how to decrease in knitting is easier than you think with these two decrease knitting methods: knit 2 together (K2tog) and slip, slip, knit (SSK).
Knit-Front-Slip-Back A neater and easier alternative to the KFB increase. - Hastag Stalk
Knit-Front-Slip-Back A neater and easier alternative to the KFB increase. #alternative #easier #fron
Options for Increasing Stitches
This time of year I’m always thinking about the basics of knitting and the little things we can do to make even simple patterns look a little more interesting and beautiful (see my post ̶…
How to Make One Stitch in Knitting
How to Make One Stitch in Knitting : Have you ever heard or seen the knitting stitch m1? Did you wonder what on earth it meant?! If so, let me tell you, it is so easy…you’ll be doing it in less than 5 minutes after watching this! Or, you can follow the photos below!M1 is an increa…