– sp: space. – ssk: slip, slip, knit (slip two stitches knitwise, insert left needle in front of two slipped stitches, knit two slipped stitches together)
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What are the abbreviations for knitting?
|Sl1K||Slip next stitch knitwise|
|Sl1P||Slip next stitch purlwise|
|ssk||Slip next 2 stitches knitwise one at a time. Pass them back onto left-hand needle, then knit through back loops together|
|st st||stockinette stitch|
What does C1 mean in knitting?
C1/C2/C3: colour one/two/three. C3F: slip 2 stitches onto cable needle, hold at front of work, K1, K2 from cable needle. C3B: slip 2 stitches onto cable needle, hold at back of work, K1, K2 from cable needle.
What does D mean in knitting?
inc(d) – increased. inc(s) – increase(s), increasing. incl – including. k – knit. k1-b – knit 1 stitch in row below.
What does CM mean in knitting?
|cont||continue or continuing|
|dec(s)||decrease(s), decreased, or decreasing|
What does YBK mean in knitting?
ybk is an abbreviation for yarn back. When you see this instruction, you will want to bring your working yarn from the front of the work to the back, making sure that it passes under the needle tips.
What does FB mean in a knitting pattern?
Knitting in the front and back of the same stitch is one way to increase the row by one stitch. In this video we will show you how to increase a stitch using the knit front back method. This technique is used in the Freya Fingerless Gloves Knitting Kit and the Bisous Cardigan Knitting Kit.
Should you always slip first stitch when knitting?
When slipping the first stitch of a row, always slip it purlwise, as this preserves the stitch orientation, keeping the right leg to the front, so that it’s properly positioned for next time you need to work it. … That is, slip the stitch with yarn in back if it’s a knit row; in front if it’s a purl row.
What does WF mean in knitting?
It means bring the yarn forward if it’s in the back from making a knit stitch or vise versa… bring the yarn to the back if it’s already forward from making a purl stitch.