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With all the knitting abbreviations, reading a knitting pattern is like reading another language. If you are not familiar with common abbreviations it will look like double dutch to you!
On this page you will find definitions for the most common abbreviations, presented in the order that you are most likely to find them in your pattern.
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That means that the most basic abbreviations are at the top and abbreviations for more complex techniques are at the bottom.
|K2 tog||Knit two stitches together|
|sl 1||Slip the next stitch onto the right hand needle without knitting the stitch.|
|psso||Pass the slipped stitch over the last stitch on the right hand needle.|
|M1||Make one stitch by picking up and knitting the thread between the stitch on the right hand needle and the stitch on the left hand needle.|
|tbl||Through the back of the loop.|
|y bk||Bring the yarn to the back of the work.|
|y ft or y fwd||Bring the yarn to the front of the work.|
|yrn or yon||Wrap the yarn around the needle to form a stitch.|
|incl||Including or inclusive.|
|kfb||Knit front and back|
|skp||Slip, knit, pass|
|ssk||Slip, slip, knit|
If you think there are other abbreviations that need to be included on this page, please feel free to drop me a line through my contact page to let me know about it.
Or alternatively if you have come across an abbreviation that you just cannot make head nor tail of, why not pose a question about it on my knitting questions page.
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