Stitch Attribute: Reversible

The Fancy Slip Stitch Rib

The Fancy Slip Stitch Rib Pattern is a simple rib stitch that creates a puffy rib pattern that is a nice alternative to the traditional rib stitch. It’s great for scarves, hats, and sweaters or blankets.

The Banded Basket Stitch

The banded basket stitch is a knitting pattern which creates a woven looking fabric. The basketweave pattern has one column of thin stitches, and one almost double its width. This is a simple, reversible, all-over knitting stitch, and it's graphic lines are aesthetically pleasing on larger projects.

The Roman Stripe Stitch

The Roman Stripe Stitch is a charming reversible lace that is very easy to work. It’s a great stitch for lovely shawls, stoles, baby blankets or light throws.

The Sea Foam Stitch

This knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the sea foam stitch. This stitch combines multiple yarn overs and simple garter stitch to create a visually interesting fabric. The sea foam stitch is a great way to add texture and a delicate feel to afghans, shawls and pillows.

The 1×1 Rib Stitch

The 1x1 rib stitch is a common pattern used for shaping in many knitted garments. It has a large amount of stretch which is great for fitted clothes. It is particularly useful for collars and cuffs.

Wide Garter Rib Stitch

The wide garter rib stitch is a simple beginning knitting stitch. It uses offset columns of garter stitch to create a fabric with subtle ridged lines. The understated pattern is easy to knit and works up quickly. The wide garter rib stitch is perfect for large projects like blankets and …

Horizontal Herringbone Stitch

The Horizontal Herringbone Stitch is a complicated, but beautiful stitch. It's gorgeous lines add class and sophistication to patterns like scarfs, cowls, and bags.

The Garter Stitch

This video will teach you how to knit the garter stitch. The garter stitch is the most basic and simple knitting pattern and is the first pattern most beginning knitters should learn.

The Seed Stitch

The Seed Stitch is a basic knitting pattern that is a great way to add texture to a project. It's alternating of knitting and purling plays with other stitch patterns well and is a good pattern for borders.

The Box Stitch

The Box Stitch pattern is similar to the seed stitch since it alternates knits and purls but in a 2x2 pattern rather than 1x1. The result is a checkered texture that is great for washcloths, pillows, and scarves.

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