Your question: What does W Tk mean in knitting?

How do you knit invisible short rows?

how to work yarnover short rows

  1. On the right side, knit to the yarnover, then k2tog the yarnover with the stitch after gap. …
  2. On the wrong side, purl to the yarnover, then ssp the yarnover with the stitch after gap. …
  3. On the wrong (knit) side, knit to the yarnover, then ssk the yarnover with the stitch after gap.

What are German short rows used for?

Short Rows: German Short Rows

Like Wrap + Turn Short Rows, this method creates wedges in your knitting, shaping everything from curved hemlines to ear flaps.

What is turn in knitting?

To turn, you literally stop in the middle of the row, turn your needles and start knitting in the opposite direction. This leaves a gap in the stitches. When turning sock heels, you will knit the stitch before the gap and the one after it together, eliminating any hole in the finished piece.

Why is it called Kitchener stitch?

During the First World War it is said that Herbert Kitchener, British Secretary of State for War, prompted the invention of a special graft for socks to prevent chafing. It came to be known as ‘the Kitchener Stitch’.

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