Let’s Knit: Slip, Slip, Knit – SSK + Tutorial

Slip, Slip, Knit - SSK

Slip, Slip, Knit – SSK The act of Slip Stitching in Knitwise is more than just moving the loops from one needle to another. You have to pretend you are going to knit but don’t actually do it. The first two slip stiches are done as Slip Knitwise. So you insert your needles in as if you were going to knit but don’t wrap the needle, just transfer one at a time to the other needle. This is helping to turn the stitch look around for the best look possible….

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Let’s Knit: Purl 4 Together – P4 Tog + Tutorial

Let's Knit: Purl 4 Together - P4 Tog

Purl 4 Together – P4 Tog Putting purl stitches together is really easy. When putting 4 stitches together as 1 for purling, it’s known as Purl 4 Together. In abbreviations it’s known as P4 Tog. Instead purling with just one stitch, you will collect 4 stitches and purl them together as if they are one stitch. This converts 4 stitches into 1. Review the tutorial below if you need further assistance. Tutorial

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Let’s Knit: Knit 4 Together – K4 Tog + Tutorial

Knit 4 Together - K4 Tog + Tutorial

Knit 4 Together – K4 Tog + Tutorial Putting together 4 stitches using the knit stitch is referred to as Knit 4 Together. The abbreviation is called K4 Tog. Instead of knitting one stitch with the knit stitch, you are going to collect 4 stitches on the knitting needles and put with all 4 at the same time. This will convert 4 stitches to be only 1 by the time you are done. This is used in subtracting out stitches like a top of a hat and etc. Follow the…

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Let’s Knit: Knit Increase in Front and Back Loops – K Inc + Tutorial

Let's Knit: Knit Increase in Front and Back Loops - K Inc + Tutorial

Knit Increase in Front and Back Loops – K Inc Increase the stitch count in a knit stitch is called Knit Increase. In patterns it’s referred to as K Inc. This is the act of making 1 stitch into 2 before passing the stitch from one needle to other. In this stitch, you knit as normal but do not slide off the stitch from the needle. Rotate the needle around and go into the same stitch on the back side and knit as normal. Now you have 2 loops on…

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Let’s Knit: Purl 3 Together – P3 Tog + Tutorial

Let's Knit: Purl 3 Together - P3 Tog

Purl 3 Together – P3 Tog Let’s put 3 Purl Stitches together with Purl 3 Together. In abbreviations, this is referred to us as P3 Tog. Using the purl stitch, instead of purling 1 stitch, you are going to purl 3 as if they are one. So insert your needle and collect 3 stitches and purl as normal. This converts 3 stitches into 1. Review the tutorial below to see how it’s done. Tutorial

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Let’s Knit: Knit 3 Together – K3 Tog + Tutorial

Let's Knit: Knit 3 Together - K3 Tog

Knit 3 Together – K3 Tog Putting 3 knit stitches together is called Knit 3 Together. In abbreviations it’s referred to as K3 Tog. Instead of just using the knit stitch for just one stitch, you insert your needle into three loops at the same time and knit as as normal. This converts 3 stitches into 1 stitch. Thus being Knit 3 Together. Follow the tutorial below if you need further help. Tutorial

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Let’s Knit: Slip Stitch Purlwise – Sl P or Sl 1P + Tutorial

Let's Knit: Slip Stitch Purlwise or Sl P or Sl 1P

Slip Stitch Purlwise – Sl P or Sl 1P Slip stitching in knitting can be done different ways. If you are asked to slip stitch purlwise, you have to slip stitch as if you are going to purl. With slip stitching purlwise, you have to pretend you are going to do the purl and go through the motions but do not wrap the needle. Simply slide the stitch off onto the next needle. This is done to keep the loops looking uniform with the stitching. For a demonstration, please review…

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Let’s Knit: Slip Stitch Knitwise – Sl K or Sl 1k + Tutorial

Let's Knit: Slip Stitch Knitwise - Sl K or SL 1K

Slip Stitch Knitwise – Sl K or Sl 1K Slip stitching in knitting is really quite straight forward. There are different slip stitches but if you see Slip Stitch Knitwise or SL K or even SL 1K, you have to slip stitch as if you are about to knit the stitch. Instead, you will not wrap the needle and just transfer the stitch from one needle to the other. This is done this way to keep the stitch loops looking uniform for the pattern. Watch the tutorial below for a…

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Let’s Knit: Purl 2 Together – P2 Tog + Tutorial

Let's Knit: Purl 2 Together - P2 Tog

Purl 2 Together – P2 Tog Learn to Purl 2 Together. This puts two stitches into one using the purling method. Instead of inserting your needle into one loop on the knitting needle, you insert into two loops to collect them. Then purl as usual. This makes 2 stitches into 1 stitch. Watch the tutorial below to see how it’s done. Tutorial

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Let’s Knit: Knit 2 Together – K2 Tog + Tutorial

Knit 2 Together - K2 Tog

Knit 2 Together – K2 Tog Learn how to put two knit stitches together referred to in patterns and instructions as Knit 2 Together. The abbreviation usually is K2 Tog. For this stitch, you will knit as usual but collect two loops on the knitting needles at the same time and knit them as if they are one. This you essentially making 2 stitches into one in this process. Watch the tutorial below to see how it’s done. Tutorial

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