Your post made me curious so I found a video on the subject and I just watched the video on Domino Knitting. It does look addictive, and I am going to give it a try. How do you determine how many stitches to cast on using your sssk decrease?
And all the women who were wise of heart spun with their hands, and they kept bringing as yarn the blue thread and the wool dyed reddish purple, the coccus scarlet material and the fine linen. Ex. 35:25
:(((( OMG, I'm a bit frightened, I think I'll never be able to do this. I will search it in youtube. hope visualization will be better for my fears :)
Hey the same thing happened to me - sort of. Couldn't remember under what topic this post was. I did read your very good instructions. Just have been working hard to finish another project and immediate following it became necessary to squeeze another project in before I try this domino. I want to be able to concentrate once I start on it. What is (TLDR)? I am sure if you leave your post up it will be read by others and they will also appreciate your help, as I do. Thanks again!
Just a quick comment on the double decrease. Another variation that is commonly used in lace knitting is a S2K1P2SSO. In this variation you slip 2 stitches from the left needle to the right needle, knit the next stitch then pass the two stitches from the right needle back over the stitch you just knitted. This variation makes a smooth centered ridge in the piece that you are working. It's the decrease method I used in a Shetland Lace shawl I recently finished.
Thanks for this tip, I will try it out.