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Old 01-06-2008, 09:26 PM   #1
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Celtic Knot Stole - Knitting Chart Question
I am working on the Celtic Knot Stole ( but don't understand one of the stitches in the key.

The instructions in the key state:
"join stitch together with one body stitch with an SSK decrease"

I don't understand what this means. It might become more clear once I actually get to that point in the chart, but I'd like to have SOME idea ahead of time.

Can anyone help?
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Old 01-06-2008, 09:46 PM   #2
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It just means you're joining the border and the body together-Slip one stitch to right needle and knit it together with the stitch that was already on your right needle before you slipped a stitch.You'll see it better when you are doing it.It will make sense as you go along.The shawl is Beautiful you'll have to show pictures when it's done

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