Color Knitting – Slipped Stitches

Slipped Stitches are similar to mosaic, but can be done in many varying stitch (knit/purl) patterns.   Altering the number of colors used and the texture of the stitch patterns, and combining these with slipped stitches can produce a great variety of overall color...

Color Knitting – Mosaic

Mosaic is used for special kinds of repeating patterns and takes two passes to complete a row.   It uses slipped stitches to “ignore” some stitches, then on the return pass, knits (or purls) those stitches in a second color, thus creating the color work...

Color Knitting – Intarsia

Intarsia is used when you are making blocks of color over several rows. It is good for representative (picture) knitting, as well as geometric shapes which don’t repeat on a small scale, such as argyle sock diamonds. Each color block requires it’s own...

Steeks

Steeks are areas of knitting that need to be cut to form openings in the knitted fabric. They are usually done in circular knitting so that the knitting can be completed without slowing down for shaping or reverting to back and forth knitting.   For example, the upper...