Which knit looks the same on the front and the back?
Knit stitches look like purls, while purl stitches look like knits. It’s this backward quality that makes stockinette stitch (knitting one row and purling the next row) work because the front of a knit and the back of a purl look the same.
What is KFB?
KFB means to knit into the front and back of the same stitch… making one stitch into two…so easy! You will see this used on many different patterns out there.
What does Kyf mean in knitting?
How to Knit Yarn Forward. By Cameron Delaney.
Why are double knits sturdier than single knits?
Double knits are run-resistant, firmer, less stretchy, and more stable than single knits but are as bulky as or bulkier than rib knits. Double knits provide more insulation because of the double set of yams and the air pockets formed between the yams.