Double Moss Stitch

Knit with Aabhar – Double Moss Stitch Pattern

Pattern Description


Double Moss Stitch Pattern is one of the simplest knitting patterns you can make if you know the basic knit and purl stitches. The pattern involves a repeat of four simple rows. There is another variation of the Double Moss Stitch, known as Checkerboard Stitch, which is worked in two row stitch pattern repeats.

If you are a beginner to knitting patterns and you want to explore something new, then the double moss stitch is one of the patterns that you can easily try.

It creates a textured fabric that you can use for edging just like ribbing patterns as it doesn’t curl. You can also try to mix it up with the basic stockinette stitches to create a panel of Double Moss Stitches in any of your projects. Being a reversible knitting pattern, it is also perfect for making scarves and blankets.

Pattern Details


Skill Level
Easy

Row Count
4

Pattern Repeat
Multiple of 2 + 1

Double Moss Stitch Chart

Abbreviations


This free knit pattern is written in US terms. You can also check out other common knit abbreviations

COCast on
kKnit
pPurl
repRepeat
RSRight side
st (s)Stitch (es)
WSWrong side

Pattern Instructions


CO Multiple of 2 + 1.

Row 1:(RS) – k1, * p1, k1; rep from * to end.
Row 2:p1, * k1, p1; rep from * to end.
Row 3:rep Row 2.
Row 4:rep Row 1.

Repeat this free knit pattern (4 rows) until you have reached the desired length for your work.

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