There are many beautiful stitches to learn in knitting. Some are harder than others. Some look hard, but really aren't. The RASPBERRY STITCH (shown in the header) is a quite easy. Once you get into the rhythm of doing it and practice for awhile you'll agree.
The pattern sequence is only 4 rows. The RASPBERRY STITCH is beautiful. It works well for a baby blanket, a scarf, a purse, a headband, a sweater. In fact, it works for almost anything. I hope you'll take the time to try this lovely stitch. You'll be surprised how often you will use it once you have learned how to do it.
- Cast on a multiple of 4 stitches plus 2.
- Row 1: Purl all stitches.
- Row 2: K1 * K1, P1, K1 into next stitch, P3 tog, repeat from * K last stitch.
- Row 3: Purl all stitches.
- Row 4: K1, *P 3 tog,K1, P1, K1 into next stitch, repeat from * K last stitch.
- These 4 rows make up the pattern sequence.
- Rows 1 and 3 are always PURL ALL STITCHES.
- Rows 2 and 4 are the hard ones.
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