Knitting - Basic Techniques

Stockinette stitch with shaping

When there are decrease stitches:
For areas with decreases, insert the needle at a slant and make staggered half stitches.
When there are increase stitches:
Insert the yarn needle from below the crossed part of the increase.
Pick up 1 row at a time, 1 half stitch in from each edge
These seams are less bulky than working a full stitch in from the edge, so they are suitable for thick yarn.
Pick up the yarn of the cast-on stitches on both sides.
Continue picking up the corresponding strands, working a half stitch in from each edge.
Reverse stockinette
Pick up the crosswise yarn (see diagram) 1 stitch in from each edge of every row, alternately.








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