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This is a one stitch right leaning decrease.
This is a one stitch left leaning decrease and is the mirror image of k2tog.
This is a one stitch left leaning decrease and is very similar to the previous technique.
This is a one or two stitch decrease.
This is a two stitch decrease that will leave you with a single line of decrease without a left or right lean.
This video compares 3 decrease techniques and explains how to substitute one for another.
This is a one stitch increase that leaves a hole in the work.
This is a one stitch increase.
This is a one stitch increase that eliminates the bump from knit front and back.
This is the most invisible increase stitch.
This is an almost invisible increase on the wrong side of your work.
This is a nearly invisible one stitch increase.
This is an increase technique with a left and right variation.
This video demonstrates a few ways to add multiple stitches in one stitch.
This video compares increase techniques and explains how to substitute one technique for another.
This video explains how to take out increases or decreases if you made a mistake.
This video will help you with the math behind increasing or decreasing evenly across a row.
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