How do you lift one in knitting?
Right Lifted Increase (RLI)
Step 1: Use your right needle to pull the knit stitch one row below the first stitch on your left needle. Step 2: Place the stitch on the left needle, taking care to ensure it doesn’t slip over the stitch next to it.
What is an invisible increase knitting?
INCREASES WORKED IN EXISTING STITCHES. Increases that are worked in existing stitches can be worked either into the stitch on the needle or into the stitch in the row below the stitch on the needle. Lifted Increases. Lifted increases are usually considered to be the most invisible of all the increases.
How do you decrease left leaning in knitting?
SSK (“slip, slip, knit”) – Work to the two stitches to be decreased, slip two stitches one at a time to the right-hand needle, as if to knit; insert the left-hand needle into the two stitches from front to back, knit the two stitches together and drop them. This creates a left-leaning decrease.