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3/30/2007 1:58:24 PM
Guest
Guest
I must be channeling Jayne or Grace here - I am halfway into the first color I am swatching for the Luna Shawl, and can`t figure out exactly how to do this, because I do realize I am reducing three into one. Someone must know what to do...

T
3/30/2007 2:10:02 PM
bets
bets
Posts 18978
Slip 1, K 2 tog, PSSO?

Right??

B
3/30/2007 2:11:26 PM
bets
bets
Posts 18978
Yup, it`s on the bottom of the instructions.

B
3/30/2007 2:21:43 PM
Guest
Guest
Duh! What I get for not reading to the end... thanks, bets.

T
3/30/2007 2:40:01 PM
SeeJayneKnit
SeeJayneKnit
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T, if you ever do Moonlight Sonata, beware the SK2P and S2KP. I missed it the first time through, but fortunately only by a bit.
10/21/2010 10:02:02 AM
manninne
manninne
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Help!!
I am from Belgium, so probably my english is not that good: I really want to make the moonlight sonata scarf. But in the abbreviations I cannot find the information for : psso and p2sso
Would anybody be so kind to give me the explanation for this abbreviations ?Please ??
10/22/2010 7:20:00 AM
suzeeq
suzeeq
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manninne-277404 wrote:
Help!!
I am from Belgium, so probably my english is not that good: I really want to make the moonlight sonata scarf. But in the abbreviations I cannot find the information for : psso and p2sso
Would anybody be so kind to give me the explanation for this abbreviations ?Please ??


The psso means 'pass slipped st over'; p2sso would be in a pattern where you slip 2 sts - pass 2 slipped sts over.
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