How To Use a Crocheted Surface Stitch To Draw on Your Knitting – Genius Idea From VeryPink Knits

How To Use a Crocheted Surface Stitch To Draw on Your Knitting – Genius Idea From VeryPink Knits

This is so smart and it looks great. Staci from VeryPinkKnits shows you how to “draw” on your knitting. She explains:

“The surface stitch is a way to add a decorative ‘drawing’ to your knitting. I’ve seen it frequently used in crochet, but it’s just as easy to add to your knitting.”



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    I love it! I made a beautiful headband and hat that would be even more beautiful with this added trim. I’ll add it to these items and may add a picture showing my results.

    Thank you for the tip!


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