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Spine Stitch - Sample knit with Malabrigo worsted on US Size 10 needles I promise, you can do this one! You may just need a little practice first.

Free instructions for Knitting the Double Lace Lattice Stitch - Twisted stitch pattern worked over a multiple of 6 stitches plus 4. 12 rows form the pattern. http://www.awin1.com/cread.php?awinaffid=234273&awinmid=5626&p=https%3A%2F%2Fus.deramores.com%2Fblogs%2Fderamores-blog%2Fstitch-of-the-week-double-lattice-stitch

Free instructions for Knitting the Double Lace Lattice Stitch - Twisted stitch pattern worked over a multiple of 6 stitches plus 12 rows form the pattern.

Interlocking Lattice cable stitch. This pattern gives a dense texture in which the illusion of diagonal basket weaving is extremely realistic.

Interlocking lattice cabel pattern gives a dense texture in which the illusion of diagonal basket weaving is extremely realistic.

Gorgeous and easy free eyelet rib knitting stitch pattern. Abbreviations: k= knit p= purl yf = yarn forward k2tog = knit two stitches together sl = slip psso = pass the slipped stitch over Multiples of 7 plus 2 Row 1: p2 * k5, p2; rep from * to end Row 2: k2, *…

Gorgeous and easy free eyelet rib knitting stitch pattern. Abbreviations: k= knit p= purl yf = yarn forward = knit two stitches together sl = slip psso = pass the slipped stitch over Multiples of 7 plus 2 Row * rep from * to end Row *…

The Weekly Stitch: Twisted Stockinette Rib

Sample knit with Sapphires-n-Purls Merino DK on US Size 7 needles Multiple of 3 Row 1 (RS): leaving sts on needle, k first s.

Cross Stitch Cable is a mock cable stitch since the crossing is accomplished with slip stitches rather than a cable needle

Cross Stitch Cable is a "mock" cable stitch since the crossing is accomplished with slip stitches rather than a cable needle. This stitch is a 4 row repeat and is knitted in a multiple of 6 stitches.

Cast On an odd number of stitches. Row 1: (wrong side) K1, *P1, K1* repeat * to * to end. Row 2: P1, *SL1 (purl wise), P1* repeat * to * to end. These 2 rows form the pattern. by Liz Wiz

The odd number might freak me out. Cast On an odd number of stitches. Row (wrong side) repeat * to * to end. Row (purl wise), repeat * to * to end. These 2 rows form the pattern.

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With its attractive diamond design and simplicity, the moss stitch is a great knitting pattern for beginners and expert knitters alike. Learn how to knit it!

Once you’ve grasped the basic knitting techniques, take your work to the next level with some of the more intermediate stitches. Knit It Out shows you how to slip slip knit and more.

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