Friday, September 12, 2008

Orange Seeds

orange seeds
Originally uploaded by knitboy1
Here is a vibrant example of Seed Stitch used in a scarf. Looks awesome! And so easy to do.


Basic Seed Stitch: This one is more textured. Made by alternating one knit stitch and one purl stitch within a row, then knitting the purls, and purling the knit stitches on the return row.  

Multiple of 2 sts., plus 1  

Every Row: *K1, P1*, K1  

Nice thing about using the Basic Seed Stitch is that, when used in blankets and scarves--anything with a definite selvage edge--the fabric won't roll inward.


The Knit Chick

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