What is the knitting abbreviation CDD?

What is a central double decrease?

A central double decrease works three stitches together resulting in one stitch that lies vertical with no lean. This stitch is often used at the base of v-neck openings. A central double decrease is also found in many beautiful lace patterns.

What is central decrease in knitting?

The Centered Single Decrease is magically slant-less. It is worked over three stitches, decreasing one, and resulting in a remaining two stitches, all without creating a left or right lean.

What does DD mean in knitting?

It involves knitting three stitches together as though they were one stitch. Completing a k3tog creates a double decrease in your knitting because where once there were three stitches; there is now only one stitch.

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