The Mistake Rib Stitch is a deceptively simple pattern that uses offset stitches to create its signature seeded ribs. Unlike most ribs, this stitch doesn't pull the fabric in. It is a wonderful reversible pattern with a rich texture that would work well for scarfs, blankets, and other cozy projects.
Knitting Stitches Archive
This classic Shetland lace pattern is a breeze to knit. With it's beautiful scalloped edges, it's a great way to edge a piece. It would work great on a shawl, cardigan, or a lacy skirt.
The Textured Cable Stitch is a beautiful seeded cable pattern. While this cable can look intimidating, all you need is to keep you knits and purls in check, and this cable will come out great in a snap. Its syncopated cable pattern would look great on Aran Sweaters or a …
The Roman Stitch provides a striking and simple pattern. Made using only knits and purls, it makes a great pattern for a novice knitter working to stretch their skills. Forming a subtle stripe pattern, it would look great on hats and sweaters.
The Faux Cable Edging is a delicate mock cable rib. Using slipped stitches and eyelets, it is a simple stitch with a lot of visual payoff. With it's vintage look, it would work well at the hem and cuffs of a cardigan or on babywear.
The Ploughed Acre Lace Stitch is a beautiful, simple lace pattern. Using only yarn overs and two easy decreases, it is well suited to beginning lace knitters. With it's strong vertical lines, it works up nicely into scarfs, shawls, and light sweaters.
The Inverted Gull Cable Panel Stitch is a beautiful slipped stitch cable pattern. As a panel, it can easily be inserted into other designs with a plain Reverse Stockinette Stitch background for great effect. It would work well on Aran Sweaters and winter hats.
The Dutch Pyramids stitch is a textural pattern made up of only knit and purl stitches. It creates a large but subtle triangular motif throughout the fabric. This pattern is great for afghan blocks.