The Mistake Rib Stitch is a deceptively simple pattern that uses offset stitches to create its signature seeded ribs. Unlike most ribs, this stitch doesn't pull the fabric in. It is a wonderful reversible pattern with a rich texture that would work well for scarfs, blankets, and other cozy projects.
The Basketweave stitch is a great textural pattern stitch. It uses front post and back post stitches to create a woven effect throughout the fabric, and works up quite thick. This pattern is great for washcloths, afghan blocks and projects where you want bold texture.
This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the banded basket stitch. This stitch creates a beautiful basket pattern with lots of texture. The banded basket stitch would be great for baby blankets, scarves, and hats!
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!
The Half Double Crochet Cluster Stitch creates a dense but delicate looking fabric. The Half Double Crochet Cluster Stitch would be great for hats, blankets, and skirts!
This video crochet tutorial will help you learn how to crochet the reverse single crochet stitch. This finishing stitch creates a nice edge that works well for afghans, washcloths or anything else that you want a solid trim without it being frilly.
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.
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 Simple Garter Lace Stitch is a one row pattern that is completely reversible. It’s a great choice for blankets and market bags, among other things.
The Seeded Rib Check Stitch is a reversible stitch that uses alternating knits and purls to created a ribbed checker pattern. It’s great for washcloths, blankets, and would also be good for menswear patterns.