Stockinette Ridge Stitch

Knitted in a four-row repeat and worked in a multiple of two stitches, the Stockinette Ridge Stitch offers knitters an easy to remember pattern while providing a gorgeous textured look. This stitch is highly comparable to the Granite Stitch with the only exception being a slight difference in knitting techniques …

Bamboo Stitch – In the round

Just like the original “flat” version of this stitch pattern, the Bamboo stitch in the round is knitted in a multiple of two stitches and done up in a two-row repeat. Resembling stalks of bamboo, the Bamboo stitch requires the use of passing the yarn over stitch over knit stitches. …

Pebble Stitch

With a series of increase and decrease stitches strategically placed to create “knots” throughout the pattern, the Pebble Stitch resembles other stitches that are worked in a similar fashion such as the Trinity Stitch and Berry Stitch. Knitted in a four-row repeat, this stitch pattern is very simple to execute …

Woven Herringbone Stitch

The Woven Herringbone Stitch is a “woven” stitch which means that it uses a series of slipped stitches to produce a weave or woven look. In this case, the weave stitch pattern is designed to resemble a herringbone, hence its name. Woven stitches typically produce thick knits therefore; it is …

Rickrack Rib Stitch – In the round

Knitting the Rickrack Rib stitch in the round requires a multiple of three stitches and is done in a two-row repeat sequence. The Rickrack Rib stitch in the round is knitted almost exactly like the “flat” version but with the exception of one stitch. This stitch has a distinct, zigzag …