Seed Stitch?


Seed stitch (also called 'moss stitch') refers to a kind of knitted fabric, created by knitting in a specific pattern. This pattern is made by alternating knit and purl stitches in every column and every row. The seed stitch method is well-suited for edging projects, as it lies flat rather than curling up.
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The seed stich is a decorative stitch that resembles "seeds" or "bumps. It actually looks much more complicated than it is. If you know how to knit, you can easily
Seed stitch is also known as moss stitch. It is when you knit one purl one throughout but in the next row the purl stitches are above the knit stitches in the previous one (like a
1 Begin by casting on the desired amount of stitches desired for the width of your piece. You must choose an odd number of stitches in order to successfully knit using the moss stitch
Seed stitch:Any odd number Row 1: k1, p1, k1; rep from Rep this row...
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