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Stockinette

When knitting back and forth:

Row 1: knit all the stitches

Row 2: purl all the stitches

Garter

When knitting back and forth:

Knit every row in knit stitch.

When knitting in the round, repeat these two rows:

Row 1: Knit all the stitches

Row 2: Purl all the stitches

Seed / Moss

Repeat the next two rows:

Row 1: alternate knit and purl stitches until the end.

Row 2: knit all the purl stitches, purl all the knit stitches.

Double seed

Repeat of 4 rows:

Row 1: *K1, P1*

Row 2: knit all knit stitches, purl all purl stitches.

Row 3: *P1, K1*

Row 4: knit all knit stitches, purl all purl stitches.

Brioche stitch

chunky & stretchy

reversible

Similar looking to Fisherman's rib 

Cast on even amount of stitches

set up row: *yf sl1yo, K1*

pattern row: *yf sl1yo, Bk2Tog*

 

 

BK2Tog = Brioche knit two stitches together = 1 knit stitch + the yo from the previous row

Brioche in the round

Cast on even amount of stitches

set up row: *yf sl1yo, K1*

Row 1: *BRP, YF SL1YO*

Row 2: *YF SL1YO, BRK*

BRP or Brioche purl, aka a 'burp': purl the next stitch and the yarn over together

BRK or brioche knit: knit the next stitch and the yarn over together

Herringbone
K2Tog vs SSK
Introduction into knitting decreases: K2Tog and SSK
Brioche In The Round
Brioche
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brokenrib

Cast on multiples of 2 +1

Row 1: Knit

Row 2: *P1, K1*, P1

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