Knitting SSK?


SSK in knitting means it’s a slip, slip, knit slipped stitches tog. It simply means slip one stitch as if you were going to knit it then slip the next stitch the same way and put both stitches back onto the left needle and knit them together.
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SSK stands for slip, slip, knit: Slip one stitch, then slip the next. Insert left needle into the front loops of the slipped stitches and knit them both through the back loops. This
1. Start with at least three stitches on your left needle. 2. Slip one stitch from your left needle to your right needle. Do not knit this stitch. Simply put your right needle through
Slip slip knit or SSK is a basic way to decrease stitches. It makes a decrease that slants to the left and is often paired with knit two together, which is a right-slanting decrease
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