The stitch pattern repeats over eight rows and is basically an alternating twisted rib. You twist all knit stitches on the front and all of the purl stitches on the back in a 1 x 1 rib pattern for 4 rows and then alternate so that the stitches that were knit stitches in the first four rows are now purl and the purl stitches are now knit. Easy once you get used to knitting into the back of the stitches to get the twisted effect.
Instructions for Embossed Check Stitch Knitting Stitch Pattern
The Embossed Check Stitch is knitted over a multiple of two stitches plus 1, and eight rows.
1st row (right side): *KB1; rep from * to end of row. 2nd row: K1, *PB1, k1; rep from * to end of row. 3rd row: P1, *KB1, p1; rep from * to end of row. 4th row: As 2nd row. 5th row: As 1st row. 6th row: PB1, *k1, PB1; rep from * to end of row. 7th row: KB1, *p1, KB1; rep from * to end of row. 8th row: As 6th row.
If you are planning to knit garments sooner or later you will need to master the 1x1 rib knitting stitch pattern as it is often a feature of jumpers or cardigans and it is also used for knitting scarves.
The Check Stitch knitting stitch pattern is another fairly simple stitch pattern that is suitable for beginners. It uses a basic 2x2 rib stitch that alternates between knit and purl every four rows resulting in 'checks' or blocks of broken columns.
Couldn't Find What You Were Looking for?
Try searching the site using the search box below:
If this is all that you can see in this box, then you probably have an ad-blocker enabled on your browser. I know that adds can be a little annoying but the advertising on this site helps to cover the costs of running the site. If you can't or won't whitelist this site so that the adverts are visible to you, please consider making a donation using the button below.