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How to Knit – Double Decrease – (SL2tog, K1, P2SSO)

June 2nd, 2009 · 6 Comments · Knitting Double

Hello knitting friends! This video will show you how to make a double decrease. There are many types of double decreases, just like there are many types of single decreases (K2tog, SSK, P2tog etc). This double decrease results in a raised ridge in the centre of the decrease. It is worked by slipping two stitches together knitwise, knitting the next stitch and passing the two slipped stitches over.

Happy knitting!

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6 responses so far ↓

  • 1 AndreaBCDeck // Jun 2, 2009 at

    Do you do requests?
    Do you do requests?

  • 2 mellymelba // Jun 2, 2009 at

    You are the best! …
    You are the best! Do you have a video on increasing stitches and deacreasing them so you get like a diagonal garter stich effect? Not sure if that explains it properly! But it looks like you start with say one or two stitches and then increase to 3/4/5/6 etc and then go back into 1/2 stitches to end..

  • 3 elsteffo // Jun 2, 2009 at

    Glad to hear that …
    Glad to hear that the video was useful!

    Can you (or someone else) explain more about the video knit-a-long??

  • 4 jennitude // Jun 2, 2009 at

    Wonderful to see a …
    Wonderful to see a new video from you! This was very helpful in the pattern that I’m working on right now. Thank you so much! And if you ever did a video knit-a-long, I’d definitely sign up!

  • 5 seriniti11 // Jun 2, 2009 at

    Thank you so much, …
    Thank you so much, I hadn’t even heard of this decrease yet and now I will be ready for it when I need it. Thank you so much. You have good quality vids and clear instructions and honestly I love you accent as well. 😀 I was hopeing someone could do a vid. knit along. Im not able to get out to knit nights so maybe that would be fun for all us knitter bloggers to do? just a thought. k-bye

  • 6 ferre347 // Jun 2, 2009 at

    thank you dear…

    thank you dear…
    great helpful video

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