How to knit the Granite stitch: Reversible, and it doesn’t curl!
The Granite stitch is one of those patterns we knitters love because it has it all…
First and foremost, I’d like to say that it’s beautiful, like me 😉
Although both sides aren’t identical, they look adorable, so you can choose which one is going to be your “right side”.
Actually, the so-called “wrong side” reminds me of the Grid stitch we learned a while ago (another stunner).
Additionally, the Granite stitch is pretty easy to do; it combines knits and purls only, so it’s totally suitable for both, newbies and veterans 😉
Furthermore, it doesn’t curl, so it’s a great option for blankets, scarves, infinite cowls, but also hats, sweaters, and cardigans.
Finally, it’s an eight-row repeat pattern, four of which will be repeated: They are plane knit/purl rows.
So, without further ado, grab your needles, a little bit of yarn, and let’s get busy 🙂
CO: Cast on
RS: Right side of the work
WS: Wrong side of the work
This swatch was knitted in 100% cotton yarn (Aran weight or Medium)#ad
Using my US 7 / 4.5 mm bamboo needles (this set comes with all the tools needed for all kinds of projects) #ad
Granite stitch knitting pattern
CO an odd number of stitches; i.e.: 17 st (the selvage stitches are included).
1º and 5º rows (RS): K across
2º and 6º rows: P across
3º row: K1, *P1, K1*. Repeat from * to *, to last 2 st, P1, K1
4º and 8º rows: Work each st as it presents (purl the purls, and knit the knits)
7º row: K1, *K1, P1*. Repeat from * to *, t to last 2 st, K1, K1.
These eight rows create the pattern. Repeat them until the desired length is reached.
When finished BO working each stitch as it presents, after a row 7 (WS).
This is the other side of the work:
Enjoy the video tutorial:
How to knit the Granite stitch
Thank you for watching!
Hugs, and happy knitting 🙂
Carolina – So Woolly
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