Category: Knitting Stitches

The Slanting Open-Work Stitch :: Knitting Stitch #21

The Slanting Open-Work Stitch is a basic lace stitch pattern that uses a combination of yarn overs and k2tog to create a diagonal mesh. It's great for large pieces of fabric that can be used for blankets, pillows, or even bags. It's also a good stitch for beginning knitters.

The Supple Rib Stitch :: Knitting Stitch #17

The Supple Rib Stitch is a variation of a 1x1 rib stitch that uses a double knitted stitch that is purled together with another stitch to create a nicely textured fabric. It is a fairly easy stitch that is a great option if you are looking for something different from …

The Drop Stitch :: Knitting Stitch #14

The Drop Stitch technique uses additional wraps around your working needle while knitting to create elongates stitches. Also called the Elongated Stitch, the effect is an airy and light open fabric with very nice drape. It’s a great way to introduce beginners to lace.

How to Knit The Stockinette Stitch :: Knitting Stitch #10

This video will teach you how to knit the stockinette stitch. ;The Stockinette stitch is the most common knitting pattern and is used in everything from scarves to sweaters to socks. It produces a two sides fabric that is soft with amazing drape. It is one of the first patterns …

The Feather and Fan Lace Stitch

The feather and fan lace stitch is a standard lace pattern and creates the illusion of alternating waves. It is a good pattern to use when designing scarfs, shawls, and hats.

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