s2togkp?

What does s2togkp mean?


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I am sorry, I have never seen this abbreviation before so I am unable to tell you what it means.

But maybe one of the other visitors to this site has come across it. If anyone has and knows what s2togkp means please add a comment to this page.

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s2togkp
by: Anonymous

Thanks for the suggestion to try slip 2 together, knit 1 & pass slip stitches over. I will try this. The pattern is from Debbie Bliss and I think the British terminology is sometimes different than US patterns. Thanks.

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by: Anonymous

Thanks. That was what I was thinking but wasn't sure. Will try it.

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s2togkp?
by: Anonymous

Could it be: slip 2 together, knit 1 and pass slip stitches over?

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Yes it could. Some patterns do use this method for a s2togkp as well.

It depends on where your pattern was created and the way the creator interprets the abbreviation.

If you are lucky, the creator will have included the meaning of the abbreviation in the pattern but often with standard abbreviations they don't - expecting that most knitters will understand what they mean.

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