In the UK the seed stitch is known as the moss stitch. However, the version we are discussing today is the US version of the moss knit stitch. The US version of the moss knit stitch is referred to as the double moss knit stitch and the Irish moss stitch in the UK.Read more
The seed stitch is one of my favourite knitting stitches. It creates a textured fabric that resembles scattered seeds. Making the stitch is very simple. All you need to do is alternate between single knit and purl stitches, both vertically and horizontally.
If you are looking for an easy stitch that will add a lot of texture to your projects, you will love the seed knitting stitch. It is one of the easiest textured knitting stitches you will ever learn.Read more
If you are new to knitting, you will love the garter stitch. It is one of the easiest stitches you will ever learn. All you need to know is how to make the knit stitch.
Continue reading below to learn just how easy it is to make the garter knit stitch. I will walk you through the process with an easy-to-follow step-by-step tutorial.Read more
Are you new to knitting? Below, you will learn more about basic knit stitches that you should add to your repertoire. All these knitting stitches are easy to master and are used in countless projects.Read more
If you have already learned the basics of knitting, it is time to add some more techniques to your repertoire. One technique that you will find useful for a lot of projects is the knitting decrease.Read more
The fox can symbolise many different things. To some people, it is a symbol of wisdom and cleverness. While to others it represents sneakiness and difficulty. No matter what the fox represents to you, you must admit they are adorable. And what better way to celebrate the fox than working up a fox knitting pattern.Read more
When you are a knitter, you can create one-of-a-kind gifts for your family and friends. Making these items can be time-consuming, but the final outcomes are well worth it. However, all of us know that mistakes can happen.
And when they do, you either throw the project away or rip out the stitches. But before you start ripping out your stitches, learn how to do frogging knitting the right way.Read more
Below you will learn how to seamlessly sew together stitches using the Kitchener stitch. The Kitchener stitch is used to close knitted fabric. With our step-by-step instructions, you will be able to create hidden seams in socks, sweaters, stuffies, etc.Read more
Knitting needle size conversion is handy when learning how to knit. Understanding knitting needles is one of the first hurdles of knitting. Knitting patterns usually indicate the size of the knitting needle or needles you need to complete the project.
Depending on where the pattern originates, it may give you the size of a metric, UK or US needle. This can be confusing.Read more