I love this knit stitch. Cast on multiples of 4. Knit all right side (odd) rows. Row 2 and 4: p1k3 across. Row 6 and 8: k2, *p1k3 across to end, end with p1k1. Repeat 8 rows for pattern. Or for Row 6 and 8, start with a k1 and end with p1k2 by Moniboo

Learn to knit Tina bean! Cuz this is a neat stitch. I love this knit stitch. Cast on multiples of Knit all right side (odd) rows. Row 2 and across. Row 6 and across to end, end with Repeat 8 rows for pattern. Or for Row 6 and start with a and end with

Chinese waves stitch

Chinese waves stitch co any odd number of stitches Row Knit across (this is the right side) Row Slip repeat between * across, ending Row Knit across Row *Slip repeat between * until 3 stitches remain, Slip by SONIA FERNANDA G.

This is a beautiful cabled design, and if you can read a chart you'll get it the first try.

Узоры, жаккарды спицами.

This is a beautiful cabled design, and if you can read a chart you'll get it the first try. (Try Design)

Рельефный узор спицами

УЗОРЫ СПИЦАМИ

This is knit but I want to make a crochet pattern that looks just like this

How can any knitter resist a stitch pattern called "Fisherman's Rib"? The name evokes all our most romantic knitting associations: rugged men in densely cabled sweaters materializing out of the fog, abeam a windswept Scottish cliff. Luckily, Fisherman's Rib is as beautiful (and practical) as its name implies, lofty, springy, and super cozy. But, let's face it, most of us aren't as rugged as your average fisherman. You will rarely hear a fisherman say anything like, "It's lovely, b...

how to knit/purl into the stitch below (i'm such a knitting nerd) Fisherman's Rib Scarf + Cowl - the purl bee

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