This knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the gate and ladder stitch. This stitch combines structural columns with openwork ladders to create a balanced delicate knit. The gate and ladder stitch is a great way to add a lightness to thick yarns or a touch of structure to a finer yarn.
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Some days, we like to see the fruits of our labor a little more quickly. Imperial Stock Ranch has the yarn for such occasion in our Bulky 2 Strand: Pencil Roving. For quick-to-knit projects that yield a light, lofty feel, you can’t go wrong here.
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