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Ribs consists of columns of knit stitches alternating with columns of purl stitches. The knit columns stand out at the front and the purl columns sink to the back. That ribbing is very elastic. Because of its elasticity, the Rib stitch is suitable for many knit projects such as scarves, sweaters, cardigans and blankets.! Some examples of the different variations of rib stitch are: 1×1 rib, 2×2, 3×3, 5×2, and so on. Here you’ll find solid knit and purl patterns as well as beautiful and elegant lace ribs.
List of beautiful stitch patterns to use in everyday projects. It covers various patterns such as knit-purl stitches, rib, cable and twist, lace, leaves for beginners and experienced knitters. You can combine two or more different stitch patterns to produce your own designs.
Slip- stitch patterns are great for mixing up colors, with simple techniques that are easier than it looks. But beware, it is not as stretchy as other knitting stretch patterns. Colorful slip-stitch patterns look amazing on sweaters, scarves, socks and any other clothing articles you can think of.

Knitting cables gives a garment texture and an embossed or a three-dimensional look. Cables give the appearance of cords or ropes twisted around each other or criss-crossing each other in lattice or grid formations. Cable knitting is perfect for large projects such as chunky winter garments and bags.

Tips for Choosing yarn for eye-catching cable knitting:
– Use plain colors – the cable is more visible and stands out better if the outline is not broken by flecked or variegated yarn. Light colored yarn is the most effective for cable knitting.
– Use a thicker wool – double knitting or chunky.
– Avoid “fluffy” yarns like angora. The cable is often “lost” under the fluff.
– Avoid yarn with bobbles or yarns with uneven thickness. These reduce the impact of the cable and make them more difficult to knit.

Here are some Cable stitch patterns for you to choose.

Lace Cable

Yarn

Cross-Stitch Cable

Knitted

Alternating Cable Rib

Knitted

Texture Braid

Cast

Classic Aran Honeycomb

The

Swirling Cable

Knitted

Sand cable

Knitted

Honeycomb Trellis

Special

Corded Cable Rib

Knitted

Two Color Corkscrew

This

Ears of Corn

The

Bobbled Cable

This

Basket Cable

Knitted

Wishbones

Knitted

Knitting cables gives a garment texture and an embossed or a three-dimensional look. Cables give the appearance of cords or ropes twisted around each other or criss-crossing each other in lattice or grid formations. Cable knitting is perfect for large projects such as chunky winter garments and bags.

Tips for Choosing yarn for eye-catching cable knitting:
– Use plain colors – the cable is more visible and stands out better if the outline is not broken by flecked or variegated yarn. Light colored yarn is the most effective for cable knitting.
– Use a thicker wool – double knitting or chunky.
– Avoid “fluffy” yarns like angora. The cable is often “lost” under the fluff.
– Avoid yarn with bobbles or yarns with uneven thickness. These reduce the impact of the cable and make them more difficult to knit.

Here are some Cable stitch patterns for you to choose.

Lace Cable

Yarn

Cross-Stitch Cable

Knitted

Alternating Cable Rib

Knitted

Texture Braid

Cast

Classic Aran Honeycomb

The

Swirling Cable

Knitted

Sand cable

Knitted

Honeycomb Trellis

Special

Corded Cable Rib

Knitted

Two Color Corkscrew

This

Ears of Corn

The

Bobbled Cable

This

Basket Cable

Knitted

Wishbones

Knitted
Ribs consists of columns of knit stitches alternating with columns of purl stitches. The knit columns stand out at the front and the purl columns sink to the back. That ribbing is very elastic. Because of its elasticity, the Rib stitch is suitable for many knit projects such as scarves, sweaters, cardigans and blankets.! Some examples of the different variations of rib stitch are: 1×1 rib, 2×2, 3×3, 5×2, and so on. Here you’ll find solid knit and purl patterns as well as beautiful and elegant lace ribs.

Lace may seem difficult, but it’s actually easier than you think! Don’t let it intimidate you. Once you have mastered knit and purl stitches and basic increases and decreases, you are ready to begin knitting lace.

When you are learning how to knit lace, it’s important to start with an easy eyelet pattern to help you gradually build skills. As you get the hang of it, you’ll quickly develop the skill and confidence to tackle more difficult patterns that require a bit more concentration and effort

Lace knitting is a fun way to build skills. Here are some lace patterns for you to choose.

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Give new life to your knitting experience by trying bobbles and bubbles. Knitted bobbles are not complicated, the end result will certainly amaze you.

Bobbles are used most commonly in Aran sweater designs often in combination with cables, but can be incorporated into almost any knitting pattern as pillows, bags… In lace patterns or fancy ribs, bobbles can add an extra decorative touch to your fabric.

Tear Drop

Knitted

Snowdrops

The

Berry in a Box

Cast

Trinity Stitch aka Cluster 3 Stitch

Knitted

Pod Stitch

Video
Zig zag stitches or chevron stitches are ideal for making girly and pretty clothing and accessories as the delicate designs look amazing on scarves or shawls. You can use two or more colors to produce a catchy pattern. There are countless beautiful patterns for you to choose from.

Twist Zig Zag

Yarn

Zig Zag Loop

Yarn

Jacquard 2

Knitted

Woven Transverse Herringbone

Knitted

Twist-Stitch Waves

Knitted

Flame Chevron

Knitted

Arrowhead Lace

Knitted

Fancy Herringbone

Knitted

Traveling Vine

Video:

Zig Zag Lace #2

Video

Chevron Lace #1

Knitted

Zig-Zag Lace #1

The

Braided Leaves

In

Criss-Cross Stitch

Knitted

Zigzag Wraps

Knitted

Garter Stitch Zigzag

The

Zig Zag Rib

Cast

Two-color Chevron

Knitted
A variety of beautiful and multi-color stitch patterns to inspire for knitters. Great for sweaters, scarves and any other clothing you can think of.

Shells on Garter-stitch Background

Shell

Two Color Lattice

With

Two-color Brioche Stitch

Easy

Blister Check

With

Dip-Stitch Check

How

Mock Honeycomb Brioche

With

Slipstitch Crosses

Watch

Quilted Check

With

Counterpoint Quilting

With

Two-colour Royal Quilting

Video

Bricks

With

Three Color Daisy Stitch

Video

Two-color Woven Plait stitch

With

Mosaic Diamonds

Note:

Aster Flowers

Special

Two Color Jacquards

Video

Two-Color Thorn Stitch

Video

Three-and-One Tweed

With

English Rose Tweed

With

Zebra Chevrons

One of the most interesting design elements of brioche knitting is that it creates two separate yet connected layers making the knitting reversible. Each of the layers can have their own characteristics. The layers can be different colors, different yarns and even worked differently like adding increases on one side and decreases on the other.

If you are an experienced knitter looking for a unique knitting pattern for making a warm scarf or a baby blanket, Brioche Stitch can be the ideal option for you.

Entrelac is one of those techniques that looks like it’s going to be complicated until you actually do it. If you can knit, purl, k2tog, ssk, p2tog, kfb and pick up stitches you can entrelac!

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