Stitch patterns

A stitch pattern are a combination of stitches that are done over the course of a row or rows. Directions are given for common stitch patterns, such as rib and garter. On the knitting board, you will mostly work stitch patterns and not individual stitches. Most stitch patterns require two passes, first moving from left to right down the knitting board and then moving from right to left until all of the pegs have been wrapped. A few require that you wrap all of the pegs each way down the board. Each way will be noted in the directions of each stitch pattern. If more than one way to wrap the board for the same stitch pattern is known, it is described under the directions. If there's a stitch pattern that you're interested in that isn't listed or if you would like to add a stitch pattern that you own the copyright to, please contact us.