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Old 03-28-2009, 06:37 PM   #1
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SKP and psso mean same?
Row 1: k19 MC, k10 CC, SKP CC, turn.
Row 2: sl 1, p7CC, p2tog, turn.
Row 3: sl 1, k7, SKP, turn.
Row 4: sl 1, p7, p2tog, turn.
Row 5: sl 1, k7 CC, sl 1 CC, k1 MC, psso, turn

Hi,
Does SKP and psso mean the same thing in the above pattern?
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Old 03-28-2009, 06:59 PM   #2
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the SKP passes the stitch just after it's slipped
the PSSO passes it over another stitch not slipped
I think you are right because the PSSO is there due to a color change, Yep, I do believe you're right!
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They do, sort of. Psso means pass slipped st over. In the first row you have SKP, which is slip 1, k1, psso. In the 5th row, you're doing the same - slip 1 st (in MC), k 1 st (in cc) and pass the slipped st over the knit one. They just wrote it differently because on the one row, the slip and knit sts are in different colors.
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Thank you for pointing this out to me about the color change. I see it now...
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