I’m pretty sure you can figure this out based on the above, but, just to spell it all out, WYIB means “with yarn in back” or “with working yarn in back”. Just like above, “Back”does not mean the WS, it just means the side you aren’t looking at, the side facing away from you.
What does it mean to slip a stitch Purlwise?
To slip a stitch purlwise, you insert your needle into the next stitch as if to purl, and just slide it from your left needle to your right needle. … On the one that’s been slipped purlwise, the right-hand leg of the stitch is in the front of the needle and the left-hand leg is in the back.
What is sl1 WYIB?
If you are knitting: the working yarn is already in back. To sl1 wyib(slip 1 stitch with yarn in back) you will simply slip the next stitch from the LH to RH needle purlwise without moving the working yarn between the needles. If you were to turn your work around you would see the bar behind the stitch you slipped.
What is PM knitting?
Place Marker (pm)
Some knitting patterns will say place marker in the knitting instructions, or write it as “pm”. … As you continue to knit, you will come across this marker on every row or round thereafter. When you come back around to it, move or slip the marker from the left to right needle.
What does knit 2 together mean?
Knit two together is the most basic method of decreasing stitches. It makes a decrease that slants slightly to the right and is often abbreviated as K2Tog or k2tog in patterns. To “knit two together” is just like making a regular knit stitch, but you work through two stitches instead of just one.
What does S1 in knitting mean?
S1 is a knitting abbreviation for “slip stitch,” which means to pass the next stitch over to the opposite needle without knitting or purling it. There are multiple places where a slip stitch can be useful, whether it be decreasing a hat or creating a nice even edge on a piece of work.