The third video I share with you is a quick description over the difference between SSK and K2tog stitches, and why some knitting projects will specify one over the other.
Decreasing Knit Stitches: SSK (Slip, Slip, Knit) - creating a left leaning decrease.
Decreasing Knit Stitches: P2tog (Purl Two Together)
The Difference Between SSK and K2tog; Decreasing Knit Stitches - Both of these methods reduce your total number of stitches by one, but SSK leaves you with a left leaning stitch, and K2tog leaves you with a right leaning stitch. You can take advantage of the directionality in your knitting designs.
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