I am turning the heel of my first sock and well I'm at an impasse.
To shape the heel it says:
Set up row: knit 24 stitches, ssk, turn
What does ssk mean? to hazard a guess i might think slip, slip, knit...but it can be very, very dangerous to assume. There is no stitch glossary on the pattern that i can see. Please, someone must know surely?
If you need more info or want the pattern - the free pdf of the pattern is here on Ravelry Anna's basic socks.
Thank you...in advance
* edited..ooops, thank you Linda for taking the time to look it up for me. I thought that i had deleted this post because i had the sudden brain wave to google what it means. It is indeed slip, slip, knit - it is a way of decreasing with a left hand slant I even found a Utube video! see here for a demo, complete with a finished product. clever this internet world