Stitch Attribute: panel

The Open Cable Stitch

The Open Cable Stitchis a cable is a non-crossing cable that creates a strong column look. The open cable stitch would be great for cabled sweaters, scarves, headbands and accessories!

The Raised Circle Cable Stitch

This knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the raised circle cable stitch. This cable uses left and right slanting cables to create a little column of circles. The raised circle cable stitch would be great as a stripe or as all over texture on garments, bags, household …

The Loose Five Rib Braid Stitch

The Loose Five Rib Braid Cable stitch is beautiful aran cable pattern. Consisting of five braided ribs, this panel stitch can work on its own in a scarf, or as an accent around a shawl collar. It can also be paired with other cable patterns to create aran blankets and …

The Horn Cable Stitch

The Horn Cable Stitch is a simple cable pattern that creates a column of stacked “V’s” that look like horns. It’s easily modified to be done without a cable needle, so it is a good cable stitch for beginners. It is perfect as an accent on a sweater, or as …

The Garden Path Cable Stitch

The Garden Path Cable Stitch is an asymmetrical cable pattern that creates a winding overlapping accent panel. It would be perfect for use on blankets or on a sweater sleeve.

The Fishtail Cable Stitch

The Fishtail Cable Stitch pattern looks like fishtails. These can be made going up or down on your fabric. It’s a great accent detail cable for blankets, bags, and sweaters.

Crochet Stitches

Bobbles & Puffs Chevrons & Ripples Colorwork Edgings Lace & Shells Squares & Motifs Textured & Plain Tunisian Crochet

Crochet Techniques

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Knitting Stitches

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Knitting Techniques

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