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SEED STITCH PATTERN Learn EASY KNIT AND PURL STITCH PATTERNS in the Absolute Beginner Knitting Series by Studio Knit

SEED STITCH PATTERN Learn EASY KNIT AND PURL STITCH PATTERNS in the Absolute Beginner Knitting Series by Studio Knit

Find NEW Knit Stitch Patterns and Videos by Studio Knit for Beginning Knitters

Find NEW Knit Stitch Patterns and Videos by Studio Knit for Beginning Knitters

Knitting increases serve a very practical function: to shape the fabric by adding new stitches. But beyond this practical function there is also a decorative element. An increase can either be so subtle as to be almost invisible, or it can be very obvious. Increases also have direction in that they lean either to the right or to the left. Here are a few of the most common types of knitting increases and how to use them!

Knitting increases serve a very practical function: to shape the fabric by adding new stitches. But beyond this practical function there is also a decorative element. An increase can either be so subtle as to be almost invisible, or it can be very obvious. Increases also have direction in that they lean either to the right or to the left. Here are a few of the most common types of knitting increases and how to use them!

Free Knitting Pattern For Garter Stitch Baby Blanket

Free Knitting Pattern For Garter Stitch Baby Blanket