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Knitting: learning the rice stitch

Knitting: learning the rice stitch


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The rice point is a reversible point. You can use it for making accessories such as bags or scarves, as well as for making borders and collars. The stitch is made by alternating the right and wrong sts on one row, then working the opposite stitches on the next row. Row 1: alternately knit one side stitch then a reverse stitch. Row 2: knit opposite stitch from row 1, reverse stitch and vice versa. Subsequent rows: repeat rows 1 and 2 successively, ensuring that the stitches of the upper row being worked are always carried out in the opposite direction to those of the row located just below.



Comments:

  1. Dureau

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  2. Daegal

    the satisfactory question

  3. Gyamfi

    we can say this is an exception :) from the rules



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