Came across this "herringbone stitch" on tumblr. Anyone seen this kind of stitch before? And how do you do it?
After much knitting, unpicking, fixing and you-tube video-watching, it’s finally finished! This ‘Sideways’ Jumper is my first knitted garment started in Christmas 2011. It knitted with MODA Vera Pure wool 8 ply. It’s a little bit too big for Hollis at the moment but hopefully he will grow into it during the coming winter months. Read More
Now just to sew it together...
The pattern is at: www.josharp.com/free-patterns/k10-reversible-wrap.aspx
Completed (a couple of weeks ago).
Also knitted with “Mousse” wool purchased (by others) in the sale in Wollongong Spotlight.
At the end of the row do a purl stitch. Slip the first stitch of every row as a knit stitch! Then once you have put the needle through for the second stitch give the yarn a tug to tighten that first slip stitch.
‘Visit of the Angel’ [detail], from the right wing of the Buxtehude Altar. 1400 - 1410