Knitting Abbreviation: psso, or Pass Slip Stitch Over

by Dorothy on February 21, 2011

This is just a quickie to show what a psso or “Pass Slip Stitch Over” is. It’s a common abbreviation in knitting patterns and another way to decrease.

Note: The video indicates that you slip 1, knit 1, and then pass the first stitch over the second. When you “knit 1″ – you can also “purl 1″ as that is what is shown in the video is a purl. It depends on wha your pattern is calling for; a knit stitch or a purl stitch.

For more info on increasing/decreasing stitches, check out: http://cyberseams.com/article/105021/all_things_knitting/how_to_knit_how_to_increase_and_decrease_stitches.html

This video does not teach you how to knit. If you are new to knitting these additional resources may be helpful to you:

How to Knit – the Basics: http://cyberseams.com/article/104877/all_things_knitting/how_to_knit_the_basics.html

We also have knitting instructions for Left Handers here: http://cyberseams.com/article/105017/all_things_knitting/how_to_knit_left_handed_the_basics.html

To learn more about knitting, sewing, crafting and to get project ideas and patterns, visit us at http://Cyberseams.com!

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