The Two Color Interlocking Block Stitch is a colorwork stitch with a lot of visual impact. Using only chains and double crochet stitches, this stitch forms into a strong vertical stripe pattern. Easy to make, it would work well for bags or cushion covers.
The Ploughed Acre Lace Stitch is a beautiful, simple lace pattern. Using only yarn overs and two easy decreases, it is well suited to beginning lace knitters. With it's strong vertical lines, it works up nicely into scarfs, shawls, and light sweaters.
The Simple Lace Stitch is an incredibly easy lace rib pattern that is great for beginners. It creates a vertical mesh that is fantastic for market bags and airy scarves.
The Waterfall Lace Stitch is a beautiful lace pattern which creates vertical columns of lace that look like streams of water cascading on top of each other. It’s a great stitch for lace blankets, shawls, and light airy scarves.
The Downward Slipped Double Cable Stitch is a cable pattern that consists of a row of interlocking arrows that point down. It’s a great motif to use on blankets or as an accent on sweater sleeves and other garments.
The Pillar Openwork Lace Stitch pattern consists of columns of lace stitches that are crossed by a slipped stitch. The effect is a pillar with rows of openwork between them. It’s a great option for baby blankets and scarves.
This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the Little Fountain Lace Stitch. This pattern is inspired by the upward shooting jets found in fountains and is a great stitch to use on panels of fabric for things like stoles, scarves, and pillows.
The Ridged Lace Stitch is a beautiful and elegant lace pattern that creates a fabric with excellent drape. The rib pattern that it creates it a more feminine alternative to the traditional 2x2 rib.