Tag: slipped stitch

The Brioche Stitch

The Brioche Stitch is a reversible pattern that creates a thick, lofty, stretchy fabric, that appears similar to a 1x1 rib. It is a great choice for hats, scarves, and sweaters.

The Fancy Slip Stitch Rib

The Fancy Slip Stitch Rib Pattern is a simple rib stitch that creates a puffy rib pattern that is a nice alternative to the traditional rib stitch. It’s great for scarves, hats, and sweaters or blankets.

The Simple Grill Pattern

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 Flecked Tweed Stitch

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 Downward Slipped Double Cable Stitch

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 Garter Slip Stitch

This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the garter slip stitch stitch. This stitch creates a beautiful textured pattern. The garter slip stitch stitch would be great for baby booties, cowls, and hats!

The Tweed Stitch

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 Linen Stitch

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 Smock Stitch

The Smock stitch creates a raised diamond pattern that will give an interesting texture to designs like pullovers and bags. Also known as: smocking stitch.

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