Slipping a stitch - what's the RIGHT way?
Whenever I need to learn a new stitch and it's not shown in my book, I turn to the trusty internet.
One stitch that still confounds me (and there are many I still haven't learned) is the simple slip stitch. Some videos/explanations say to slip it perl wise, others say to slip knit wise. In some cases, they say to slip knit-wise if you are going to knit the next stitch, and to slip perl-wise if you are going to perl the next stitch.
WHICH IS IT??? I enjoy the flexibility of knitting (vs. quilting in which your seams must be EXACTLY as instructed or else the world will explode) but I'd like to learn the correct method and what each stitch instruction really means.