How to Decrease in Purling | Knitting
How to Decrease in Purling | Knitting


I’m going to show you how to decrease in purling. And show you how to turn two purl stitches
into one. So I’m basically going to purl two together
instead of pearling one we’re just going in from the right side, wrapping around the front,
scooping up a loop and popping it off. We’re going to go through two with our, the
tip of our right needle. So I’m gonna stick my needle into two purl
stitches at once, wrap one loop around, scoop it up from the back making sure to go under
both of those stitches, and pop off both of the old stitches. So you can see there’s two there with one
coming out of it. So I’ll show you that again into both stitches
from the right, make sure you get both of them, wrap around the front, scoop one loop
up and pop them both off. And there you have two stitches that have
been decreased, do it one more time, into two, scoop up one loop and off. There are decreased purls, lets see what it
looks like on the front, there they are. So that’s how to decrease in purling.

1 thought on “How to Decrease in Purling | Knitting”

  1. Cherryrose Blood says:

    Does it leave small gaps in trying to find decease that doesnt

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