- The K2tog-tbl decrease, also known as ″knit two together through the back loops,″ is the most straightforward twisted decrease to perform and results in a reduction that slopes to the left.
- It is also possible to abbreviate it as ″Tk2tog.″ Insert the right needle into the back legs of the first two stitches that are being held by the left needle, and then knit together those stitches from the location where the right needle is inserted.
What is a k2tog decrease?
The ssk knitting decrease (slip, slip, knit) is the second one used in a raglan decline. It is the twin of the k2tog decrease and leans in the other way, to the left – specifically, towards the k2tog decrease. Because various patterns ask for various reductions, it is helpful to have a library of them ready to go before beginning work on a project.
How do you knit a k2tog stitch?
In knitting, a popular decrease with a right lean is called k2tog, which stands for ″knit two together.″ As if you were knitting, thread the right-hand needle through the first two stitches that are located on the left-hand needle. Wrap the yarn around the left-hand needle as you normally would for a normal knit stitch, and then slip both loops off the needle.