New knitting stitches for you! Whether you`re just starting your adventure with knitting or you`re already experienced there`s always time to learn something new. It`s definitely great to experiment with different stitches and textures because it makes our projects more interesting.
If you`re looking for Lovely Knitting Stitches to Learn then this collection is certainly for you. Simple patterns will take your skills to the next level therefore you`ll be able to take on more advanced projects. Chevrons and honeycomb stitches create great textures that are soft and squishy.
They will be ideal for knitting scarves and hats as well as cardigans and blankets. They can also make an adorable detail in other projects too so give them a try. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
free knitting stitch patterns
Lace Diamond Stitch
This elegant knitting stitch will come in handy in many projects, especially if you’re into summer clothing and accessories. Use it for lightweight pullovers or summer tops. The lacy structure makes the fabric breathable and airy, which is the best thing during hot days.
Level: upper beginner Author: Knit Charts
photos by Knit Charts / instagram.com
Find this pattern on knit-charts.com.
Subtle texture with tiny beads may be exactly what your next project needs. As you can see, Victoria’s knitting stitch will be a great choice for delicate shawls, but I’ve got a lot more ideas. I can see it used for sweaters, cardigans, or dresses. Let your imagination guide you and let us know what you came up with!
Level: upper beginner Author: Victoria Marchant Knits
photos by Victoria Marchant Knits / instagram.com
Chevron Seed Stitch
This simple stitch has an easy 4-row repeat. The right side has a lovely chevron pattern while the wrong side is smooth with an inverted texture. Great for knitting blankets and scarves as well as cozy sweaters.
Level: beginner Author: Studio Knit
The original pattern is on studioknitsf.com.
Mock honeycomb is another textured stitch that`s easy to learn. More experienced knitters can definitely try it using more than one color. This stitch creates a squishy texture that will be great for headbands, shawls or blankets.
Level: beginner Author: Barbara Breiter
The original pattern and the photos are on Knitting on the Net.