Todays stitch is really different. It creates a very cute textured look, but it’s a really slow moving stitch – so be warned. It’s called the Herringbone I Stitch, and it’s very different from the Herringbone Texture Stitch we did earlier in the series. [Read more…]
Happy Monday! It’s day 10 of our 31 day of knitting series and today’s stitch is the Garden Path Cable Stitch. It’s a gorgeous windy cable panel!
It’s Day 9. We are almost 1/3 of the way through our series! Todays stitch is the Floating Snake Pattern, and this stitch is special because it’s the first cable stitch we’ve demonstrated on the KB Loom.
Today’s stitch is a super fun Lacy Chevron Stitch. It’s a super fun, and really easy stitch to knit up!
Today’s stitch is special because it’s the first color work stitch we’ve done in our series. This stitch is a border stitch, but you could also repeat the stitch and get a gorgeous flower pattern.
Today is Day 6 of our 31 days of knitting series. Today’s stitches is called the Cascading Leaves stitch and it’s a beautiful panel of lacy leaves that doesn’t require and cabling. [Read more…]
It’s Day 5 of our 31 days of knitting series, and today’s stitch is the Checkered Cable Stitch. This is the reverse stitch of the Chevron Rib stitch, and it’s a super easy & quick stitch!
It’s Day 4 of our 31 days of knitting series, and today’s stitch is the Herringbone Texture Stitch. This is the reverse stitch of the Chevron Rib stitch, and it’s a super easy & quick stitch!
I’m super excited to share today’s knitting tutorial with you guys because it’s a little different from the tutorials I’ve done in the past. This stitch is a border stitch, which means that it can be done around the edge of a blanket or shawl. It creates a really cool wave (hence the name) all the way around your project. This stitch is also different because it’s done on the Knitting Board All In One Loom, which is a relatively new loom to me. [Read more…]
Today is day 2 of our August 31 Days of Knitting Series and the stitch we are demonstrating is the Ascending Arrow Panel. This is another fun panel stitch that is done on a background of reverse stockinette stitch.