How to Work DECREASES at the Edges of a Flat Panel on your Addi Knitting Machine

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Learn to work Decreases at the edges of a flat panel on your Addi Express Knitting Machine!  This tutorial demonstrates both left-leaning and right-leaning decreases.

Flat Panels are quick and easy to make on the [amazon_textlink asin=’B000XT3OPG’ text=’Addi Pro’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’yayforyarn-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’622a7533-e7f6-11e7-ac88-1dcb9a1851ef’] and [amazon_textlink asin=’B004HS7T7S’ text=’Addi King Knitting Machines’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’yayforyarn-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’75296f14-e7f6-11e7-8628-4bf0f1f5e3f8′].  This technique decreases the number of stitches in the row and makes the width of the panel smaller. These decreases can be used to create a slanted, angled, or curved edge on your flat panel.

You can also work Increases at the edges of a flat panel to make it wider.

In what type of project would you use decreases?  

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