If you slip the first stitch of one row, it'll get knitted like a normal stitch when you go back across (because on the next row, it's the *last* stitch). The result will be a stitch that's somewhat stretched because it goes over two rows instead of one.
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Current projects: a hat, one pair of socks, a pair of fingerless gloves, and zero sanity. Future projects: more socks, more gloves (some with fingers, even!), a tea cozy, a penguin scarf, and even less sanity.