The deep waffle stitch uses mock cables to create lattice pattern with heavy texture. The resulting fabric has a diagonal waffle look with deep recesses. This all-over pattern is great for bulky scarves, blankets, or even hats.
The bead stitch is a lace knitting pattern with a unique texture. It creates an interesting fabric of interwoven segments with an organic feel. These segments are reminiscent of strands of beads or links in a watch chain.
The banded basket stitch is a knitting pattern which creates a woven looking fabric. The basketweave pattern has one column of thin stitches, and one almost double its width. This is a simple, reversible, all-over knitting stitch, and it's graphic lines are aesthetically pleasing on larger projects.
The left twist stitch is a mock cable. By knitting stitches out of order, a twist can be created in the fabric. It's more efficient than a 1/1 Cable Left or Cable 2 Forward and can be used in place of those stitches.
This knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the fancy openwork stitch. The fancy openwork stitch creates a net like design, but delicate. The fancy openwork stitch would be great for hats, blankets, and shawls!
The Little Bird Stitch is an allover cable pattern. It makes the fabric look as if it has little birds roosting all over the fabric’s surface. It would be great for a bag, an afghan, or a quirky sweater.
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.