Purl Front and Back (pfb) In this video, we show you how to increase one stitch by purling into the front and back of the same stitch. To do it, just purl as usual into the front of the next stitch, leave the stitch on your needle, and then purl into the back of the same stitch. Easy!
What is KPK in knitting?
kpk = knit, purl, knit.
What happens if you purl every row?
If you purl every row then you’ll end up with garter stitch. If this sounds crazy, think about it: Traditionally, garter stitch is done by knitting every row. A purl stitch is also a knit stitch.
What does yo mean on a knitting pattern?
One of the easiest and most common ways to create an extra stitch in knitting is with a yarn over. Not only does this technique increase your stitch count by 1, yarn overs also leave you with a neat little eyelet that can be a decorative increase, an element in lacework, or even a buttonhole.
What is PM knitting?
Place Marker (pm)
Some knitting patterns will say place marker in the knitting instructions, or write it as “pm”. … As you continue to knit, you will come across this marker on every row or round thereafter. When you come back around to it, move or slip the marker from the left to right needle.
What is it called when you knit one row and purl the next?
Stockinette (or stocking stitch) is a basic stitch that most knitting patterns don’t explain because they assume it’s already in the crafter’s repertoire. … However, knitting one row, purling the next, and then repeating this process consecutively creates the most classic pattern of all, known as stockinette stitch.
What is moss stitch?
Moss stitch, along with its cousin the seed stitch, is a classic textured knitting stitch. It’s made by alternating knits and purls every stitch and changing their location after two rows. This stitch produces an almost shifted ribbing or tiny basketweave patterned fabric.