Not too long ago, I’ve gotten numerous requests for straightforward sew patterns for newbie knitters. In actual fact, when you’re studying this, there’s probability that you simply’re additionally a newbie knitter!
So, inexperienced persons – I’ve heard your cry! This seed sew sample tutorial is the primary in a three-part collection on straightforward knitting stitches that may be customised for a shawl or cowl. To make issues additional versatile, I’ve designed this cowl to be completely customisable for no matter yarn and needles you will have. Watch the sample tutorial on YouTube or beneath!
So, let’s discuss seed sew! It is a lovely, easy-to-knit, nubby textured sew that lays flat and is absolutely reversible. It’s extra dense than stockinette sew, which makes it actually heat and ideal for a cowl or scarf. In these pictures, the cowl is knit with Martta the Merino yarn in shade Sundown. Only one skein is sufficient for this cowl, with fairly a bit left over!
Obtained some tremendous cumbersome yarn in your stash? This cowl is nice for anytime you want a fast reward or senseless, enjoyable undertaking. The bumpy texture comes from the super-easy seed sew, made by alternating knit and purl stitches.