The openweave panel stitch is a lace pattern consisting of little eyelets, stacked in a column and creating a diamond motif. It's a classic openwork design that's perfect as an accent in many types of knitting projects.
The picot cast on is a method of beginning your project uses a decorative edge that is worked sideways and then turned to pick up stitches that are knit from. It's a great way to create a little interest to your mitten, sleeve, and sock cuffs.
The Knotted Openwork Stitch is a lace pattern that creates a lattice-like mesh that is perfect for large pieces of fabric such as blankets, pillows and scarves. It also makes great market bags and wraps.
The Ascending Tulip is a cable stitch consisting of a pair of cabled columns, folding to resemble a tulip flower. This wide panel stitch creates big, bold, mirrored cables. It's perfect for an aran sweater, sweater sleeve detail, or cable scarf.
The Triple Wave stitch is a simple knit and purl stitch that creates a fabric with a subtle graphic texture. This panel stitch consists of a center section with rows of staggered blocks, suggesting little waves.