Asked by: twit01-ga
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18 Apr 2006 01:32 PDT
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Question ID: 720094
What does this mean - in regards to a kintting pattern - Dec in this way at each end of 2 foll 4th rows and next 2 rs rows?
Answered By: tlspiegel-ga on 18 Apr 2006 10:40 PDT
Hi twit01, Thank you for your question. KnittingHelp.com http://www.knittinghelp.com/knitting/abbreviations_explained/ dec(s) = decrease(s) Good general purpose decreases: ssk (left slanting), paired with K2tog (right slanting) [Scroll to dec(s) middle of page on left side. See and listen to video by clicking on pink and blue images] foll = follow; follows; following ========= keyword search: dec knitting terms ========== Best regards, tlspiegel RS = right side
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