So, what is the Shaker’s Rib Stitch? The stitch goes beyond simple knit and purl stitching – involving repeating patterns of slip stitches in the even (wrong side) rows and knitting two together in the odd (right-side) rows, interlaced with knit and purl stitches, respectively.
Whats a shaker sweater?
The Shaker Knit Sweater is a classic piece of American knitwear. The Shaker stitch is a variant of the fisherman’s rib and indicates a two-row repeat pattern. This creates a two-sided construct – meaning your sweater feels the same on both sides. That knit structure makes the sweater drape beautifully.
Which is the right side of Fishermans rib?
Well, look no further, as this week we will be showing you how to knit mock fisherman’s rib! The sides of this reversible stitch are a little bit different – one side has a crisp rib design while the other is more textured. Here the textured side will be the right side, but either side can be used.
What is moss stitch?
Moss stitch, along with its cousin the seed stitch, is a classic textured knitting stitch. It’s made by alternating knits and purls every stitch and changing their location after two rows. This stitch produces an almost shifted ribbing or tiny basketweave patterned fabric.
What does knit into stitch below mean?
Knitting into the stitch below is a technique used for increasing stitches. Your instructions may tell you to “knit into the stitch below,” often abbreviated k1b or k-b. When you increase a stitch, you add one to your needle, so this technique adds a stitch to the row below the one you’re working on.
What is half cardigan stitch?
Half Cardigan: A tucked rib knit stitch, which is a variation of the full cardigan stitch. The spaces between the wales (lengthwise ridges/ribs) on the face of the fabric are closer together than those of the Full Cardigan. The back of the Half Cardigan knitted fabric has the same series of wales as the Full Cardigan.
Whats the difference between brioche and Fishermans rib?
The brioche method creates an unusual set of stitches, with a yarnover lying on top of the slipped stitch. The fisherman’s-rib method is more straightforward, with recognizable knit and purl stitches.