SEED Knit Stitch Pattern


Hi, Guys, and Welcome to Studio Knit. Today’s knitting lesson is the SEED STITCH. It’s called the SEED STITCH because the raised
bumps from your PURL stitches resemble seeds. This is a great stitch for scarves, hats,
blankets, sweaters and even knit ties! If this video is helpful in learning the Seed
Stitch, please hit like and subscribe. When casting on for the SEED STITCH, I like
to cast on in multiples of two. The knitting techniques are simply knitting and purling.
So, go check out my Knitting Lessons Playlist if you need to brush up on those skills. So, let us get started. On Row One, which is an Odd Row, simply knit
one and purl one. Let’s do that one more time. And continue on all the way down the row. On Row Two, which is an Even Row, simply purl
one and knit one. Let’s do that one more time. And continue on all the way down the row. Keep on knitting this SEED STITCH until your
piece reaches the length you desire. Now that you know how to knit in SEED STITCH,
give this knitted men’s necktie a try. I’ve included a FREE PATTERN for it, as well! Again, please check out my Knitting Lesson
Playlist if you would like to brush up on your knitting and purling skills. I also have
some other great stitches in there as well. And if this video was helpful in learning
the Seed Stitch, please hit like and subscribe. When you subscribe, you will receive a new
knitting lesson every Monday. Bye!