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Old 12-25-2010, 08:18 PM   #1
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synonyms for increase/decrease knit/purl

Is a ssk the same as k2togtbl? s1k1psso? (left slanting decrease)

K1F&B the same as a YO?
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None of them are exactly alike and YO is different than all of them. A YO increase creates a hole/eyelet. KFB leaves a small 'bar' on the increased stitch which can also be decorative. Go to the increase video page and you can see how they all look on the sample.

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A SSK and a sl1, k1, psso are both left slanting decreases and look just the tiniest bit different, but are basically the same thing. The rest are different.
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While ssk, sl k psso and k2togtbl are all left slanting decs, the k2tog tbl twists the sts; slipping the sts on the other ones keeps them from being twisted.

A YO increase leaves a hole, kfb doesn't, and m1 is another increase. Look at the Increases and Decreases page for videos.
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