Easy knitting stitch: the double moss stitch knitting pattern
I discovered another easy knit stitch and love it! Why? One, it doesn't roll up, so perfect for scarves. Two, the look is the same on both sides. Because of its texture, it inspires me with beautiful big, fluffy collars.
This pattern requires a number of stitches which divides by 4. For example, you could cast on 44 stitches (11x4) because the pattern repeats every 4 stitches.

So, cast on a multiple of 4 stitches. Then, knit as follows:

Row 1 (Right Side): * K2, P2;  rep from * to end.
Row 2 (Wrong Side): P2, K2;  rep from * to end.
Row 3: * P2, K2;  rep from * to end.
Row 4: K2, P2;  rep from * to end.
Rep these 4 rows.

Note that my sample was knitted with a thick but light woolen thread, on 4.5mm needles, with 48 stitches. The result can be different (and this is the interesting thing) if you do it with a different kind of wool and needle size.

Happy knitting!

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