Okay...I'm going to crap up my perfectly boring blog with pictures made of shite... forgive me...
Does anybody else do the SSK decrease the way I do?
I'm just curious.
First, I put the yarn over the left hand needle, in front of the next stitch, like this shitty picture will indicate:
Next, I lift the first stitch OVER the yarn and off the end of the needle, as this next shitty picture will hopefully show:
And then I do the same thing for the second stitch--witness next crap-assy picture:
And then I slide the stitch that is now on the left to the needle on the right...forget about the picture here, I'm sure you get the idea...
Anyway, it has the exact same effect as the whole "slip each stitch to the right needle then using the left needle knit both together through the back loop and put the stitch back on the right needle" thing as the ssk directions ask you to do--but it's, like, hella easy compared to that...
So I was wondering if anyone else did it but me.
(And as for Princess Pea Green and the After Hours tea party...those are just to get you to forgive me for trying to knit on camera...)