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ssk & k2tog

SSK & K2tog are both common directional decreases. When you use ssk, the result leans to the left. When you use k2tog, the result leans to the right. Both decrease one stitch by working two together. SSK is one of several left leaning decreases and probably the newest. Other methods used were sl1k1psso - slip… Continue reading ssk & k2tog

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CDD – Central Double Decrease

CDD - Central Double Decrease is exactly what is says on the box. A double decrease which is central, i.e. it neither leans to the left or to the right but the stitches are decreased evenly, one each side of a central stitch. Or, in other words, this decrease reduces three stitches down to one,… Continue reading CDD – Central Double Decrease