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This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to purl three together (p3tog). This technique is often used in knot or bobble patterns in order to create a small clump of stitches. It can also be used to decrease two stitches at a time.
Step 1: With the yarn in front, insert your working needle into the next three stitches on your main needle, purl wise.
Step 2: Wrap the working yarn around your working needle.
Step 3: With your working needle, pull the yarn through all three stitches on your main needle.
Step 4: Pull all three stitches off your main needle.
Example of the Purl Three Together Decrease (p3tog) on stockinette
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