The Dew Drop Stitch is a simple, not too dense crochet pattern that creates a draped but solid fabric. It would work perfectly for tops, hats, and light throws.
The Stockinette Triangle Stitch is a stitch that plays on stockinette and reverse stockinette stitches to create box rows of triangles. It’s a great choice for blankets and purse.
The Tweed Stitch is a great pattern for beginner knitters to help move beyond the normal knit and purl stitch. It creates a pebble like textured fabric that’s great for scarves, bags, and even sweaters. It’s also a great stitch for menswear.
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 Sand Wind Cable Stitch pattern is a non traditional cable that gives an understated but all-over textured look. This would be great for home decor items, bags or even for a cozy sweater.
The Cocoon Stitch creates a fascinating texture! Small textured cocoons are nested among waving ribs to make a beautiful bumpy fabric. It would be fabulous used as a table runner, bag or even an interesting sweater.
The Close Check Stitch is a simple pattern is great for beginners who want a reversible fabric. It's perfect for washcloths and blankets.
The Granite Stitch pattern uses increases and decreases to create a textured ridged fabric. It’s a great choice for projects like blankets, washcloths, and bags.
The Mock Rib Check Stitch pattern simulates a broken rib by alternating knit stitch and knit one below. It looks similar to brioche but is easier to knit. It creates a fluffy fabric that’s great for warm scarves, blankets, and pillows.
The Double Alternate Andalou Stitch is a stitch that uses knits and purls to create a subtle textured fabric. It is great for blankets, wash cloths, or any pattern that has large panels.