How to Knit the Anemone Stitch

How to Knit the Anemone Stitch

This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the anemone stitch. This stitch creates a dense but delicate pattern. The anemone stitch would be great for afghans, cushions, and baby booties!

Materials Used in this Tutorial


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A pair of knitting needles


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TECHNIQUES USED IN THIS STITCH:

Knit Stitch – K
Purl – P
Knit 4 Together (K4tog)- Knit 4 stitches together as one stitch.
Purl 4 Together (P4tog)- Purl 4 stitches together as one stitch.

Skill: Easy
Cast On:Multiple of 4 sts.

Pattern Instructions

  1. Row 1

    (Wrong Side): Purl, wrapping yarn twice for each st.

  2. Row 2

    *Sl 4 sts briefly in order to drop extra wraps, replace the 4 elongated sts on left hand needle, then (k4tog, p4tog) twice into these same 4 sts; rep from *.

  3. Row 3

    P2, purl across wrapping yarn twice for each st, to the last 2 sts, end p2.

  4. Row 4

    K2, *Sl 4 sts briefly in order to drop extra wraps, replace the 4 elongated sts on left hand needle, then (k4tog, p4tog) twice into these same 4 sts; rep from *, across to the last 2 sts, end k2.

Repeat rows 1-4 until you have reached your desired length.

Swatch Photos

Example of the Anemone Stitch. (Right Side)

Example of the Anemone Stitch. Right Side (Click for Larger Image)

Example of the Anemone Stitch. (Wrong Side)

Example of the Anemone Stitch. Wrong Side (Click for Larger Image)


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