What Is Seed Stitch in Knitting?

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Seed stitch in knitting consists of single knits and purls that interchange horizontally and vertically. It lies flat, making it a good edging for a sweater border and cuffs and is mainly used in pieces where both sides are visible.
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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
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