If you’re tired of the same simple stitch pattern and are looking for something that is a very fast knit then perhaps you should try the Tiny Blocks Stitch. Knitted in a multiple of four stitches and in a twelve-row repeat, this stitch pattern involves a straightforward sequence of knit and purl stitches. This pattern would look great as an edging option or part of the main body design.
Multiple of 4 sts
Row 1 (RS) – 4: *p2, k2; rep from * to the end.
Row 5-6: purl.
Row 7-10: *k2, p2; rep from * to the end.
Row 11-12: purl.
Repeat rows 1-12.
Rated as easy, the Diamonds Stitch is knitted with simple knit and purl techniques which produce diamond shapes running across the work. Done in a multiple of 9 stitches and an 8-row repeat, the simplicity of this stitch makes it perfect for large projects such as blankets, scarves and sweaters.
Multiple of 9 sts
ROW 1 (RS): K4, *P1, K8; rep from * to last 5 sts, P1, K4.
ROW 2: P3, *K3, P6; rep from * to last 6 sts, K3, P3.
ROW 3: K2, *P5, K4; rep from * to last 7 sts, P5, K2.
ROW 4: P1, *K7, P2; rep from * to last 8 sts, K7, P1.
ROW 5: Purl.
ROW 6: Repeat ROW 4.
ROW 7: Repeat ROW 3.
ROW 8: Repeat ROW 2.
Repeat ROWS 1-8.
Tiny Woven Basketweave stitch is a variation of the popular Basketweave stitch. Knitted in a multiple of 4 sts + 2, this stitch is a done in a simple eight-row repeat. Like the Basketweave stitch, the Tiny Woven Basketweave stitch requires basic knit and purl techniques to achieve and its straightforward design makes it perfect for beginning knitters. This stitch is very versatile and would look great on scarves, blankets, dish towels and more!
Multiple of 4 sts+2
ROW 1 (RS): Knit.
ROW 2: Purl.
ROW 3: K2, *P2, K2; rep from * to end.
ROW 4: P2, *K2, P2; rep from * to end.
ROW 5: Knit.
ROW 6: Purl.
ROW 7: Repeat ROW 4.
ROW 8: Repeat ROW 3.
Repeat Rows 1-8.
The Ridge Rib stitch is a simple stitch pattern that is perfect for beginning knitters. By looking at this stitch, it is clear that it is a rib stitch but with the garter stitch added thus creating the “ridge” affect. The easy-knit Ridge Rib stitch is perfect for large projects such as scarves, sweaters, cardigans and blankets.
Do you like the Ridge Rib stitch? Check out the Ridge Rib Men’s Scarf pattern.
Multiple of 2 sts+1
Row 1 (RS): knit.
Row 2: knit.
Row 3: p1, *k1, p1; rep from * to end.
Row 4: k1, *p1, k1; rep from * to end.
Repeat Rows 1-4.
Multiple of 2 sts
Rd 1: knit.
Rd 2: purl.
Rd 3: *k1, p1; rep from * to end of round.
Rd 4: *k1, p1; rep from * to end of round.
Repeat Rds 1-4.
Moss stitch (or sometimes known as double moss stitch) is an elongated version of the seed stitch. Instead of alternating between knits and purls for every row, for moss stitch, you work two rows of the same sequence and then you alternate.
Multiple of 2 sts + 1
Row 1: K1, *P1, K1; rep from * to end.
Row 2: P1, *K1, P1; rep from * to end.
Row 3: repeat Row 2.
Row 4: repeat Row 1.
Repeat Rows 1-4.
Minimalist Cardigan from Purl of the Orient
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