Although the bamboo stitch is not reversible, the reverse side of this pattern also has an intriguing texture, so don’t worry about hiding the wrong side from view. Bamboo stitch knitting patterns. Photo via Craftsy member Knit It Out. 1. Zen Cowl. This FREE knitting pattern for a bamboo stitch cowl is easy and quick to knit in super bulky yarn.
How to Knit the Knit Stitch. Three Parts: Casting On and Positioning the Needles Knitting Across the First Row Knitting the Second and Subsequent Rows Community Q&A. There are only two basic stitches in knitting. One is the knit stitch, and the other is the purl stitch.
The linen stitch takes its name from the fact that when you look at the knit fabric the lines made by the carried yarn when you slip stitches give it a woven look, much like linen. It is a relatively firm, reversible fabric that looks great in bold colors or in a simple solid color project.
Cast on a number of stitches that is a multiple of 2 and then add 2 extra stitches. The simple netted stitch is reversible. Row 1: knit one stitch, *wrap the thread around the needle, knit 2 stitches together*, repeat from * to * until there is only one stitch left and knit it. Row 2: repeat row 1.
The Purl Ridge Knitting Stitch is a simple variation on the classic Stockinette Stitch, which gives any project that little more texture. Learn inside... The Purl Ridge Knitting Stitch is a simple variation on the classic Stockinette Stitch, which gives any project that little more texture.
Seed stitch gets its name from the texture of the knitted fabric — the little purl bumps look like scattered seeds. Although a little more complicated than the garter and stockinette stitches, seed stitch creates an interesting texture and is included in many patterns.