What is Sk2po in knitting?
Sk2po (slip 1, knit 2 together, pass slipped stitch over) is a double decrease, decreasing your total number of stitches by two.
Is SKP the same as SSK?
SKP is an easy left-leaning decrease that gives basically the same effect as an SSK or slip, slip, knit. You may see it used in combination with k2tog (knit two together) to produce symmetrical decreases on each side of your knitted object. Decreases are done to narrow or taper your knitting piece.
What is the difference between SSK and K2tog TBL?
K2tog-tbl does not produce the same result as SSK: with k2tog-tbl the stitches get twisted (they don’t in the SSK). The two stitches do look different. … And if you don’t like the ‘wiggly line’ that sits above a column of SSK decreases, work the stitch that sits above the decrease, in the even rows/rounds, tbl.
What does SL 1 WYIF mean in knitting?
“sl1 wyif” is an abbreviation which means slip 1 stitch purl-wise with yarn in front. … The “sl1 wyif” along with it’s opposite “sl1 wyib” – slip 1 stitch purl-wise with yarn in back – is also a big part of Mosaic Knitting, which you can learn more about here.