Stitch Attribute: All-Over Pattern

The Double Basketweave Stitch

The Double Basketweave Stitch is a really simple knit and purl stitch which creates an intricate looking woven design. While more involved than similar basketweave fabrics, this pattern is still constructed from basic stitches.

The Woven Cable Stitch

The Woven Cable Stitch pattern creates a tight, dense fabric with a woven basketweave look. The effect is created by combining 2/2 Right and Left Crosses on offset rows. This makes the pattern appear to weave in and out for a very pleasant effect.

The Caterpillar Stitch

The caterpillar stitch is a simple knit and purl pattern that creates a fabric with short diagonal lines. This subtle texture looks like little caterpillars working their way across the fabric.

The Wave Stitch

The wave stitch is a reversible lace pattern consisting of rows of garter stitch that rise and fall like waves. This effect is achieved by using extended drop stitches at varying lengths. By offsetting these stitches on alternating rows, the wave like pattern is created. It's a beautiful design that's …

The Woven Circles Stitch

The woven circles stitch is an all-over cable pattern. By placing winding cable columns next to each other strategically, the appearance of small circles is created. This gives the fabric a nice geometric design with lots of texture.

The Knotted Boxes Stitch

The knotted boxes is a heavily textured knitting fabric. It creates the illusion of smooth vertical stripes woven with bumpy horizontal rows. To some it may look like small offset knots, making a pattern of checkered boxes. Either way, this all-over pattern works great on large pieces of fabric, where …

The Broken Rib Stitch

The broken rib is a variation on traditional knit ribbing. This knitting pattern takes the 1x1 rib and gives it a twist by inserting a column seed stitch between the ribs. This breaks up the pattern, giving it an interesting texture. The broken rib stitch looks like regular ribbing, but …

The Knotted Openwork Stitch

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 Slipstitch Crosses Stitch

The Slip Stitch Crosses Stitch is a pretty color work stitch that combines both slipped stitches and cables to get its undulating pattern on the fabric’s surface. The all-over pattern that it creates would work nicely for a bag, mittens, or a hat.

The Sidecurl Pattern Stitch

The sidecurl pattern combines cables and horizontal ribbing to create an interesting textured fabric. This all-over pattern is great for blankets and cowls.

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