What does SSK mean?

Some instructions state SSK. I assume that mean slip, slip and knit. How would I do that stitch? Margie

You slip one stitch, then slip the next stitch, then insert the left needle into the two slipped stitches from the left, and then knit them together.

There’s a video here on the forum…look under decreases and see how it’s done.

If you click on the Decreases video section it’ll be the first one listed on the right ;o)

I like to use SKP instead of SSK… for some reason just seems easier!

(Edit - Haha Lisa beat me by mere seconds!)