Left slanting decrease problem
Is there an alternative to the SSK or SKP left slanting decrease when you are knitting in the round? The problem I have is when I am knitting in the round (knitting a sock), there is always a gap between the stitch before the left slanting decrease and the left slanting decrease stitch itself, so when you put the sock on and stretch the stitches out, it looks like there's a ladder there. The only solution I've found is to sew the stitches together from the inside of the sock after it's done, so the gap is pulled together by the sewn stitches. Is there a different/alternative way to do the left slanting decrease when you are knitting in the round, so that the gap doesn't happen?