How to decrease by sl1, K1, psso

In this DROPS video we show how to decrease by sl1, K1, psso.

These abbreviations in the title means that you decrease 1 stitch by first slipping a stitch, then knitting a stitch, then passing the slipped stitch over the knitted stitch.
This will create a decrease leaning to the left. This method gives the exact same dec result as “ssk (slip, slip, knit)”.

Our video is showing you how to “sl1, K1, psso” first in continental style, and then in US style knitting.

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