Monthly Archives: April 2016

The Seed Stitch

Description

The seed stitch is a very easy Knit and Purl stitch that gives a beautiful raised dimple effect, almost like scattered seeds.

The seed stitch (also known in the UK/Australia/New Zealand as the Moss Stitch) is similar to the Garter Stitch in that it doesn't curl. This makes it ideal for any part of a project you wish to remain flat like the border or cuffs of a cardigan.

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The Stockinette Stitch

Description

In the world of knitting you could say the Stockinette Stitch is the meat to the potatoes of the Garter Stitch.

The stockinette stitch (also known in the UK/Australia/New Zealand as the Stocking Stitch) gives a smooth stacked "V" appearance (right side) and resembles the the raised ridges of the garter stitch on the reverse (wrong side).

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