Introduction to the Double Moss Stitch knitting stitch pattern
The Double Moss Stitch is one of the many variations of K1P1 Ribbing – a pattern in which you repeat the (K1.P1.) sequence over and over again, but with possible differences at the beginning and/or the end of the rows.
Here is a photo of the knitted fabric formed with this stitch pattern:
Notice that it has quite a bit of texture – and that it lies fairly flat. It is a reversible fabric, so it would be nice for a scarf or afghan.
But first, a warning: the terms Moss Stitch and Seed Stitch are often used interchangeably. And the Double in the name can be used used for a couple of different concepts as well (the mathematicians among you might find that disturbing!).
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