|View through the glass of our bedroom window of the wall next door|
|View of underarm of Wakefield jacket|
|Cuff of Wakefield jacket|
But, although I've been doing this type of decrease for years, I realized that I didn't know the standard abbreviation for it (or even if there was a standard abbreviation). Thank goodness for the internet. Honestly, how did we cope before? A bit of quick research and this is what I found--"cdd". A centred double decrease means to slip 2tog, k1, pass the slipped stitches over (together). Here's a great video of it.
I also found out that CDD stands for Canadians for Direct Democracy, the scientific journal "Cell Death and Differentiation", and Capability Development Document, a document used by the U.S. military when making decisions about equipment. Who knew?