Want to learn another new and exciting stitch this week? Carry on reading to see our next instalment of our Something for the Weekend series and get inspired! This stitch uses the method of knitting into the same stitch multiple times to produce a bobble. When combined with simple knit and purl stitches, yarn forwards and knitting …

Want to learn another new and exciting stitch this week? This stitch uses the method of knitting into the same stitch multiple times to produce a bobble. When combined with simple knit and purl stitches, yarn forwards and knitting …

How To Knit: The Key Mosaic Stitch

How To Knit: The Key Mosaic Stitch (Deramores)

key mosaic stitch - a combination of garter and slipped stitches goes to make this Key Mosaic Stitch. This pattern is easy to knit and produces a striking pattern repeat.

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Spiral Pillars Stitch This stitch is worked over a multiple of 10 stitches. 4 rows form the pattern. row (WS): rep from * to end.

Want to give a new stitch a go this weekend? You‘re in luck! Try the gooseberry stitch as part of our fab Something for the Weekend series! The gooseberry pattern stitch is formed of a combination of yarn overs and knitting stitches to create these fab clusters. It gives great texture and a chunky feel to any …

The gooseberry pattern stitch is formed of a combination of yarn overs and knitting stitches to create these fab clusters. It gives great texture and a chunky feel like the popcorn stitch

Cat’s Paw Lace This stitch is worked over a multiple of 7 stitches. 6 rows form the pattern. 1st and every wrong side row: (WS) P. 2nd row: *K1, K2 tog, yfwd, K1, yfwd, sl 1, K1, psso, K1, rep from * to end. 4th row: *K2 tog, yfwd, K3, yfwd, sl 1, K1, psso, rep from * to end. 6th row: *K2, yfwd, sl 1, K2 tog, psso, yfwd, K2, rep form * to end.  Download the PDF pattern here.

Cat’s Paw Lace This stitch is worked over a multiple of 7 stitches. 6 rows form the pattern. 1st and every wrong side row: (WS) P. 2nd row: *K1, K2 tog, yfwd, K1, yfwd, sl 1, K1, psso, K1, rep from * to end. 4th row: *K2 tog, yfwd, K3, yfwd, sl 1, K1, psso, rep from * to end. 6th row: *K2, yfwd, sl 1, K2 tog, psso, yfwd, K2, rep form * to end. Download the PDF pattern here.

Want the next instalment of our ‘Something for the Weekend’ series? Of course you do! This week we’re looking at alternating stitches to create fabulous vertical stripes. This corrugated rib is made of vertical stripes using knit and purl stitches. It’s perfect as edging on sweaters due to it elasticity; it stretches then springs back …

Vertical Stripes Knitting Tutorial by Deramores Would be great for a dishcloth/face flannel

Proper way to slip stitch. I have been doing it wrong! handmade-and-knit-and-crochet

Proper way to slip stitch. The Chain Selvedge - holding yarn to the front slip the first stitch purlwise, knit according to pattern, always knit the last stitch

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