Category: Stitchionary

The Fishtail Cable Stitch

The Fishtail Cable Stitch pattern looks like fishtails. These can be made going up or down on your fabric. It’s a great accent detail cable for blankets, bags, and sweaters.

The Downward Slipped Double Cable Stitch

The Downward Slipped Double Cable Stitch is a cable pattern that consists of a row of interlocking arrows that point down. It’s a great motif to use on blankets or as an accent on sweater sleeves and other garments.

The Chunky Cable Stitch

This large cable stitch is made up of one big twist. The result creates a chunky cable, with excess fabric in it's folds. Definitely poised to draw attention, this stitch is perfect for bulky yarns, scarves, hats, and blankets.

The Cable Ribbing Stitch

The cable ribbing stitch creates a fabric of spiraling ribbing. It's an attractive, simple pattern that can be used on its own or with other cable stitches.

The Bulbus Cable Stitch

This unique cable stitch is made using a double crossed cable. The result is a column of stitches that look like flower bulbs. Not easy to do but looks cool.

The Arrow Cable Stitch

The Arrow Cable stitch creates a column of interlocking cable stitches. The resulting fabric looks like arrowheads stacked on top of each other. The look is achieved by pairing right and left leaning cable twist with reverse stockinette in the center. The cable arrow stitch would be great as an …

The Arch Cable Stitch

The Arch Cable Stitch creates interesting arches that build on each other. The all-over texture is unique amongst cable patterns, and looks great on large pieces of fabric.

Crochet Stitches

Bobbles & Puffs Chevrons & Ripples Colorwork Edgings Lace & Shells Squares & Motifs Textured & Plain Tunisian Crochet

Crochet Techniques

Abbreviations Foundation Chains Seaming Shaping Tips & Tricks

Knitting Stitches

Cables & Arans Colorwork Edgings Knits & Purls Lace & Eyelets Ribbing Shapes & Motifs Slipped Stitches

Knitting Techniques

Abbreviations Bind Offs Cast Ons Finishing Techniques Fixing Mistakes Shaping Tips & Tricks