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Learn a New Stitch Pattern!

Jun 7, 2013

We have a new free eBook: Techniques for Knitting Stitch Patterns: A Guide to Knitting Stitches from Knitting Daily!

The Dot Stitch, Zigzag Eyelets, and the Lattice Pattern: Just three of the knitting stitch patterns you'll find in
Techniques for Knitting Stitch Patterns: A Guide to Knitting Stitches from Knitting Daily
There's a saying that all knitting is made up of just two stitches: the knit stitch and the purl stitch. That's true . . . sort of.

Many of my favorite knitted items are made up of different stitch patterns, patterns that use knits, purls, yarn overs, increases, decreases, cable stitches and traveling stitches.

These stitches can be combined to make all kinds of different designs, from easy knit and purl stitch patterns to the most complicated lace stitches.

I've gathered some of my favorite stitch patterns here for you in our new free eBook, Techniques for Knitting Stitch Patterns: A Guide to Knitting Stitches from Knitting Daily!

Knit & Purl shows you four stitch patterns using just the knit and purl stitches. The variety of knitting stitch patterns you can make with these two stitches is amazing!

Lace & Eyelets features five beautiful knitting stitch patterns that you'll love. From the simplest eyelet stitch to the more complicated fern lace knitting stitch, there's something for everyone here.

Cables & Arans is made up of four amazing cable stitch patterns. You'll love the twisting, turning stitches in this section, not to mention the amazing texture you'll get with these cable stitches!

You can use these stitch patterns on scarves, shawls, dishcloths, mittens, and wherever else you need a beautiful pattern.

Download Techniques for Knitting Stitch Patterns: A Guide to Knitting Stitches from Knitting Daily, today and get started knitting fabulous stitch patterns!

Cheers,

 


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Kathleen Guy wrote
on Aug 18, 2013 4:28 PM

What does "yf" mean in the zigzag eyelets pattern?

mrlemaire wrote
on Jun 10, 2013 2:08 PM

Any answers to my query re: Lattice Pattern "T2B"?

Bernita wrote
on Jun 9, 2013 7:15 AM

Absolutely love the Ornamental Daisy and 2 Fern Leaf patters!  I'll be giving all of these a try.  Thanks!

mrlemaire wrote
on Jun 8, 2013 1:13 PM

Love the new patterns, tried to follow the Lattice Pattern - first row:

1st row (right side): P1, *T2F, T2B; rep from * to last st, p1.

I can't find the instructions for "T2B" but am trying to follow "T2F" and "T3B".  Can you please provide corrections and let me know if I am correct using it this way.

Marilyn

mrlemaire wrote
on Jun 8, 2013 1:12 PM

Love the new patterns, tried to follow the Lattice Pattern - first row:

1st row (right side): P1, *T2F, T2B; rep from * to last st, p1.

I can't find the instructions for "T2B" but am trying to follow "T2F" and "T3B".  Can you please provide corrections and let me know if I am correct using it this way.

Marilyn