What Is a Garter Stitch in Knitting?

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A garter in knitting refers to a type of stitching where the individual stitches every row. There is normally no pattern followed and therefore the pattern is usually used by beginners.
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Garter stitch is the most basic pattern stitch out there, and is useful for
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1. Cast on 20 stitches. 2. Grasp the needle with stitches in your left hand with the tip pointed to the right. Take the yarn strand that's coming from the ball (the working yarn)
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1 Choose a yarn. The yarn should be soft, durable, and a color most suited for the person you are knitting the hat for. If you are going for a patterned look, a color BLEND is best.
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This simple to knit Garter Stitch Tie is a perfect last-minute gift for a dad (or any other man) in your life. Shown knit with a fine-weight yarn, you could do the exact same thing
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1 Additional Answer
Garter stitch in knitting refers to a pattern created by knitting all stitches in a row. It is one of the most popular and easiest stitch to form. It is done by working every row as a knit row, in which the first row is the right side.
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