Seed stitch, also known as moss stitch, is a basic texture stitch. It is made up of alternating knit and purl stitches.
The fabric is firm, does not curl, and looks the same on both sides. It is ideal for small knits, scarves, cowls, mittens, gloves, and knits up into super cute baby items! This is a stitch you will want to learn!
For this scarf, I used big needles and our bulky Snuggle Yarn. It is a very simple pattern and the texture is so pretty!
Size 15 (10.00 mm)
157 Yards of Snuggle Yarn
An odd number of stitches is required for seed stitch. The trick to the seed stitch is knowing when to knit and when to purl. You will be knitting the purl stitches and purling the knit stitches. Starting with an odd number of stitches you will always be starting and ending the row with a knit stitch.
Approximately 6” wide x 60” long
Every Row: K1; *P1, K1; repeat from * to end of row
This scarf is available for purchase in any of the pretty Snuggle Yarn colors! Click here to purchase. To print pattern, click Seed Stitch Knit Scarf Pattern.
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