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Old 03-06-2013, 01:44 PM   #1
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Which decrease stitch should I use?
I need to decrease by one stitch several times, spaced fairly far apart, when I transition from one stitch pattern to another. Which is the best one to use that will be the least noticeable?
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I always use a K2tog. They are easy and the least visible IMO.

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Yep, when you do several decreases evenly spaced across a row, a k2tog is usually the default.
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