{Knit Stitches} Bat Stitch

Notes: The Bat stitch is another great textural stitch achieved with slipstitches. Like Wednesday’s stitch, the Fluted Slipstitch, the Bat stitch is a simple to memorize two-row repeat and is suited to many projects. When slipping the stitches, be sure to keep...

{Finished Object} Navy Blue Socks

Pattern: A basic toe-up pattern over 88 stitches Yarn: KnitPicks Stroll Sock Yarn in Navy Needles: Size 2.00 mm double-point needles Made for: My husband Notes: Another pair of socks for my husband that felt like I’d never finish them. This time I chose to make...

{Knit Stitches} Fluted Slipstitch

Notes: The Fluted Slipstitch is similar in appearance to ribbing. It does not have the elasticity of ribbing, though. This is a reversible stitch, so it would work well in items where you will see both sides of the fabric. Stitch Count: Multiple of 4 stitches plus 3....

{Knit Stitches} Mock Rib

Notes: The Mock Rib is a versatile stitch that mimics ribbing but does not have the elasticity. It is a simple two-row repeat that knits up very quickly. Stitch Count: Multiple of 2 stitches plus 1. Written Instructions: Row 1 (RS): *K1, sl 1 wyif; rep from * to last...

{Finished Object} Rainbow Mitts

Pattern: A minor modification of Hedgerow Mitts Yarn: Chroma (Fingering Weight) in Prism Needles:  Size 2.25 mm double-point needles Made for: Myself, I think Notes: This is the final piece in the rainbow winter set that includes these mitts, a scarf, and a hat. The...
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