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Old 08-15-2009, 10:29 AM   #1
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Abreviation: ssk/p2tog.-b
Abreviation found in the explanation of a charted symbol for Three Sisters Scarves No. 1 (Monika Steinbauer)How should I read this abreviation? I am unsure of the meaning. If I ssk and then purl 2 tog. through backloop (which is how I read the abreviation do I purl the stitch resulting from ssk with the next one of the row through backloop or should I understand this abreviation differently?
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