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 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 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.
The Cartridge Belt Rib Stitch is a mock rib pattern that is very easy to do and also reversible. It’s great for afghans, sweaters, and scarves.
The Ridged Rib Stitch is a reversible broken rib style pattern that creates a waffle like texture. This stitch is useful when making blankets, bags, hats, scarves, and mittens. It can even be used for the cuffs of socks.
This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the checkerboard stitch. This stitch creates a checkerboard design. The checkerboard stitch would be great for scarves, hats, and blankets!
This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the double garter stitch. This stitch creates a dense but delicate pattern. The double garter stitch would be great for scarves, baby blankets, and afghans!
The 2-Stitch Garter Rib Stitch is a simple pattern that is great for beginners who want a reversible fabric. It’s perfect for washcloths, scarves, and blankets. It is also a great pattern for men’s knits.
The Uneven Rib Stitch is an incredibly easy but beautiful take on the traditional rib stitch. Also known as the Mistake Rib Stitch, it could be used for light shaping or anywhere you would use ribbing.