What is garter stitch in a knitting pattern?
Regarding this, is garter stitch the same as knit?
Garter stitch is the fabric pattern you create when you knit every stitch in every row. This is usually the first stitch pattern beginning knitters learn, since it requires no purling. The knit stitch is a technique, but garter stitch is a pattern. In garter stitch, the right side and wrong side look the same.
Likewise, is garter stitch knit every row? Garter stitch is one of the easiest and most common stitch patterns in knitted fabrics. You create garter stitch by knitting every row. (You can create garter stitch by purling every row, too.
Furthermore, why is it called garter stitch?
Like stockinette stitch, garter stitch is not an individual stitch: it is the stretchy and corrugated fabric that results when you knit every row. The name for the stitch was taken from the name for these bands—supposedly garters were knit in garter stitch (which is much more elastic than stockinette stitch).
What is knit one row purl one row called?
Stockinette stitch is a basic knitting stitch. To knit stockinette stitch (abbreviated St st), you alternate a knit row with a purl row. Stockinette stitch (or stocking stitch) is everywhere: scarves, socks, sweaters, blankets, hats — you name it. The right side is typically the smooth side, called stockinette or knit.