Slip stitch and passing slip stitch over

Pass Slip Stitch Over

There are several ways to vary the basic knit and purl stitches for decorative purposes. These variations include slip stitch, passing slipped stitch over, yarn over, long stitch, and crossed stitch. This variation of knit and purl slipped stitches is used to decrease number of stitches. The method may differ from slip stitches above in how stitch is slipped onto right needle. When you knit, your yarn stays in back of the work when you purl, it stays in front. 2 Pass slip stitch over double...

How To Knit A V Neck Collar With Buttons For Baby Sweater

How Pick Stitch From Neck

Like other neck openings, this one can be finished by knitting up or by sewing the edges. Both need to be done with great care so they lie flat without stretching. IOn first row of V-neck shaping, place center stitch on a safety pin to hold until needed. Work each side of neck separately with a separate ball of yarn. Decrease l stitch on each side every 2 or 4 rows, just before or after the edge stitches at each neck edge. When all decreases are completed, work even keeping same number of...

Symmetrical decreases

Decreasing Within Edges Stitches

IMake left slant by knitting a uniform number of stitches 2 or 3, as shown at edge, then knit 3 stitches together in a twisted manner through back . 2 Make right slant by knitting to within 3 stitches of edge stitches, then knit through front 3 stitches together as one knit edge stitches. ICnitting is generally finished by binding off the stitches following the pattern of the piece knit stitches are knitted and purl stitches are purled and working just loosely enough to keep the elasticity of...

Neck openings shoulders and sleeves

Chart For Shaping Knitting Neckline

Armholes on front and back are worked as classic raglan on lower half as follows Bind off desired number of stitches once on each side, then decrease I stitch on each side every 2 or 4 rows, leaving desired number of edge stitches before and after decreases work until armhole is half desired length to shoulder. Now work even without decreases to shoulders. Shape shoulders, binding off in several steps. On sleeves, work armhole decreases same as for front and back, then bind off all remaining...