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.
The Little Shell Stitch is a simple lace pattern that creates rows of little shell motifs. These can be used as an accent row in an afghan or in a sweater or shawl.
The Brick Stitch pattern simulates a running bond brick pattern using slipped stitched. It is a great texture to use for home decor items like pillows and blankets.
The Beaded Rib Stitch is a ribbing pattern that is broken up by a row of seed stitches, which gives an additional layer of texture. It’s a great option for scarves and blankets.
The Purse Lace Stitch is a simple lace pattern with strong vertical lines. It is great for large pieces of fabric like afghans and pillows, or scarves.
The Purl Ridge Stitch pattern consists of alternating bands of stockinette stitch with a row of purl stitches, creating a textured ridge pattern. In this example we use three rows of stockinette stitch between each ridge. To most easily adapt the pattern use odd repeats of stockinette such as 5, …