There are many styles of knitwear, each with specific characteristics. Below is a list of our most frequently used stitches and patterns.
The most basic stitch, created by alternating rows of knit and purl. Also known as jersey or stockinette.
Reverse stockinette, alternating rows of purl and knit. Characterised by its soft feel and link-like motif.
A twisted plait, similar to a braid.
Alternating rows of stockinette and reverse stockinette stitches, forming a vertical or horizontal stripe pattern.
A pattern of tucked stitches forming a rib motif.
Fisherman's Rib Stitch
Similar to the brioche stitch, with thicker ribs.
A pattern of alternating purl and knit stitches, forming a unique "bumpy" motif.
An elaborate pattern characterised by a lace-like motif.
Basket Weave Stitch
A pattern of woven strands, resembling a wicker basket
A combination of patterns, generally in more than one colour.