Slip Slip Purl Continental Method
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This is actually the best looking match for k2tog. Nice and tight and neat looking! Unfortunately it needs to be done on the reverse side (the purl row), which usually means a row later or earlier than when it is called for. If you’re knitting in the round, you can’t use this decrease, since the purl-side never faces you.