Yarn Over, Slip One, Knit One, PSSO

Here is the hand knitted sample:

The stitch closest to the eyelet leans to the left and is also on top.

On the machine:

Finally a stitch that shows that the lean of the transferred stitch is to the right on the wrong side as it should be!

The MK symbol for this transfer:

You can see that the longer line shows that the stitch leans to the right and that it is also supposed to be outermost on the right side. In order to do that, we have to move the stitch on the right first to the left needle, then move both stitches back to the right.

Note: You all feel free to correct me if I make a mistake, I am no expert at this, just trying my best!


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This page was last updated 20-September-1999