Instructions

Slipping a Stitch (wyib)

Slipping a stitch with the working yarn in back (sl wyib) is simply skipping the peg to be slipped by putting the working yarn behind the peg, then working the next peg as directed in the pattern.

Slipping a Stitch (wyif)

When slipping a stitch with the working yarn in front (sl wyif), when you get to the peg where the stitch will be slipped, remove the loop that is on the peg, take the working yarn and skip the peg with the working behind the peg but infront of your work, (so your working yarn will be between the loom and the knitting), then replace the loop you are holding and work the next peg as directed in the pattern.

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