Slipped Right Twist
The slipped right twist creates a right slanting slip stitch and is a lot like working a small cable without a cable needle. To work the slipped right twist (SRT), insert your RH needle into the 2nd stitch on the LH needle as if to purl (Photo1). Do not remove it from the needle.
Next, twist the RH needle, keeping the slipped stitch on the needle, so that you can knit the first stitch on the LH needle (Photo 2). Then pull both stitches off the LH needle to complete the stitch (Photo 3).
The 2nd stitch is now slipped and slanting across the first stitch.
When working the stitch on the WS, purl it. To continue the slipped and slanting line of stitches across the wrap, work each SRT starting 1 stitch before previous SRT (see row-by-row instructions).