Twisted Stockinette

By working stitches through the back loops only, you come up with a taut, stable fabric. The gauge becomes slightly smaller due to the consistent twisting of the stitches. It is worthwhile to note that this pattern will list slightly to the left. This can be remedied somewhat by blocking the finished work.

Crossed Stockinette

Intructions: Flat Knitting

Row 1:

Knit all stitches through back loop

Row 2:

Purl all stitches through back loop

Repeat these two rows

Intructions: Knitting in the Round

Round 1:

Knit all stitches through back loop

Repeat this round

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