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 Linen Stitch simulates a woven fabric like linen by alternating wrapped stitches over slip stitches. The result is a tight dense fabric that is very sturdy and durable. It’s great for masculine scarves, pot holders, bags, and jackets.
The Open Check Stitch is a lace pattern that is a great for beginners. It uses slipped stitches, yarn overs, and decreases to create an openwork fabric that’s perfect for market bags, simple shawls, and blankets.
The Flecked Tweed Stitch is a simple colorwork pattern that looks much more complicated than it actually is. By utilizing slipped stitches, this normal colorwork stripe is turned into an intricate pattern. It’s perfect for scarves, blankets, hats, mittens, socks…pretty much anything!
The Simple Grill Pattern is a color work stitch uses slipped stitches to add a little variation to a traditional horizontal color strip pattern. It’s a great stitch if you are a beginner with color work and can be used in everything from socks to hats to scarves and blankets.
The Slip Stitch Rib is a simple little rib pattern. This stitch would be a great option for making pillow slips, throws, and scarfs.