I was wondering… I am working on my first baby sweater. It is a little Kimono outfit. Anyway, I am about to start decreasing one of the front pieces and it is asking me to SSK on the wrong side (or purl side in this case). Since I’ve never done so before, I was wondering if that sounds correct? I thought if you did SSK it had to be on a knit side…
I don’t know if there are any pattern corrections because I can’t find the pattern online. It is from the most recent Knit It! magazine.
Any help would surely be appreciated!! :lol:
Thanks in advance.
I wouldn’t worry too much about it, especially if it’s on an edge.
Thank you so much for your help!!
The equivalent of a SSK on the wrong side is SSP. It is just as easy to do. Slip 2 stitches knitwise, one at a time, then slip them back onto the left needle. Purl both together through the back loops. Voila!! Left-sloping decrease on the purl side.