The Make One Toward Increase (M1T)

Stitch Description

The Make One Towards Increase can be used whenever you pattern calls for a make one (M1) increase. Increases add stitches to your work and are used to shape your fabric. The Make One Towards increase is a neat and clean increase that is easy to create, but it does result in a small hole. This may be desirable as a decorative element.

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Stitch Details

  Skill Level
Beginner

  Row Count

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Stitch Characteristics

Pattern Instructions

  • Step 1: Take your working yarn, and bend your index finger toward you. This should create a loop around your finger.
  • Step 2: Insert the tip of your working needle into the back of the loop on your finger and release it onto the needle.
  • Step 3: Knit the next stitch off your main needle.

Swatch Photos

M1T-Example-(Stockinette)

M1T-Example-(Stockinette)

M1T-Example-(Garter)

M1T-Example-(Garter)

M1T-Example-(Knit and Purl Ridge)

M1T-Example-(Knit and Purl Ridge)


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