Knit-Purl Combinations: Pattern 7

Yarrn shown in this swatch: Cotton Fair. Size: US 4 3.5mm.
The knit (K) stitch and the purl (P) stitch are the only stitches used.

Spring Knitting Stitch

Spring sttich |  knittingunlimited.blogspot.com That looks amazing and a bit time consuming but well worth it.

That looks amazing and a bit time consuming but well worth it.

Yarn shown in this swatch: Red Heart Super Saver
Needle Size: 5.0mm

Dandelion Flower Knitting Stitch

A beautiful knitting stitch creating amazing dandelion flowers

Dandelion flower stitch is a bit more time consuming and it might be a bit more challenging to beginners, but the end result is worth the effort.

The stitch is a bit more time consuming and it might be a bit more challenging to beginners

A beautiful knitting stitch creating amazing dandelion flowers. The stitch is a bit more time consuming and it might be a bit more challenging to beginners, but the end result is worth the effort.  It is great for scarves, shawls, blankets and baby girl sweaters

Shells on Garter-stitch Background

The shells on a garter stitch background  |  It is a unique stitch that will give your project a wonderful textured look. This knitting pattern is quite difficult to do if you are a knitting beginner.
Here's what it looks like from behind
Shells on Garter-Stitch Background  - Wrong side

Yarrn shown in this swatch: Katia baby yarn. Size: 2.25mm.
Techniques used.
Knit, purl: K, P
Purl 2 sts together: P2tog.
Purl 2 sts together through the back loop: P2tog-tbl

Two-color Diamond Quilting Pattern


Yarn shown in this swatch: Milk Cotton
Needle Size: 3.5mm.

Multi-color Stitch Pattern

The multi-color pattern is a combination of knits, purls, and dip stitches.

Using Dip stitch to get a multi-color pattern without changing yarn colors in the middle of a row. The pattern is simple to do.

Diagonal Fixed Loop Stitch

Loop stitches are rarely used in published knitting patterns, yet they can give a new dimension to your creativity with knitting.

Cast on an odd number of sts and a 4 -row repeat.

Row 1 (Right side): K1, * put right-hand needle between 1st and 2nd sts and draw through a loop, leaving loop on right-hand needle, k2; repeat from * to end.
Row 2: P1, *  p1, p2tog; repeat from * to end.
Row 3: K2, * put right-hand needle between 1st and 2nd sts and draw through a loop, leaving loop on right-hand needle, k2; repeat from * to last st, k1.
Row 4: P3, * p2tog, p1; repeat from * to end.
put right-hand needle between 1st and 2nd sts and draw through a loop, leaving loop on right-hand needle

Flowers in a Row

Flowers in a Row   |  knittingunlimited.blogspot.com

It was fun to design and fun to knit; plus, it is to customize (by changing width or length)

How to: Flower stitch:
The first way.
- With yarn in back, slip the next 5 sts to a cable needle purlwise dropping the extra wraps.
- Wrap the yarn around the 5 sts on the cable needle twice.
- Then slip the 5 sts to the right-hand needle.
For picture instructions, please visit link:
http://domihobby.ru/709-element-vyazaniya-spicami-pauchki.html

The second way.
Watch the video to learn how to knit the flower stitch.

Pattern:
Cast on multiple of 6 sts + 1.
Row 1 (Right side): Knit
Row 2: Knit 1, * (knit the next stitch wrapping the yarn 3 times around the needle) 5 times, Knit 1; repeat from * to end.
Row 3: Purl 1, * flower stitch; purl 1; repeat from * to end.
Row 4: Knit.


Flowers in a Row   |  A bit time consuming but well worth it

Multi Color Flowers

Aster flower knitting stitch is created in an unusual way to make flowers within a garter stitch border.

Aster flower knitting stitch is created in an unusual way to make flowers within a garter stitch border. Color changes give the stitch a lot of variety. So pretty for babies or scarves/shawls .  

How to:
- Aster stitch: slip 5 sts to RH needle dropping extra loops, slip these 5 sts back to LH needle, (purl 1, yarn over, purl 1, yarn over , purl 1) into all 5 sts together.
- Knit 1 under loose strand behind: Insert left hand needle, from front to back, under the loose strand behind next stitch, knit this strand with next stitch on needle.

For full written instructions, please visit link: http://knittingunlimited.blogspot.com/2014/04/dandelion-knitting-stitch-pattern.html 

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