Kelley is still knitting up a selection of baby garments and accessories! While working on a baby hood, she discovered a better way to make the SSK decrease to avoid a leaning decrease. This technique helps the decrease to better match the k2tog decrease!
On the left, a standard SSK decrease and the k2tog decrease on the right. This trick will make the SSK decrease look more like the k2tog!
This method tightens up and evens out the SSK in many instances. It’s called the Slip Twist Purl. I first saw this technique on the Fancy Tiger Tutorial.
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