How do you decrease at the beginning of a row in knitting?
Decrease at the beginning of a row, called “KSK PSSO”.
- Knit the first stitch.
- Put the needle in the second stitch as though you were going to knit it, but gently slip it onto the right needle.
- Knit the next stitch.
What is SSK in knitting?
Slip slip knit (ssk) is a left-leaning decrease method. To ssk you simply reduce the number of stitches in your row of knitting by slipping 2 stitches knitwise from your left-hand needle onto your right-hand needle. Then, you slide the tip of the left-hand needle into both of those stitches knitting them together.
How do you decrease left leaning in knitting?
SSK (“slip, slip, knit”) – Work to the two stitches to be decreased, slip two stitches one at a time to the right-hand needle, as if to knit; insert the left-hand needle into the two stitches from front to back, knit the two stitches together and drop them. This creates a left-leaning decrease.
What is Raglan edge in knitting?
That’s right, the raglan edge is the line that goes from the armhole to the neck, so it would be the outer edge of a sweater knit in pieces. If you work raglan in the round, the edges are where the markers are.