What does knit all stitches mean?

What happens if you knit every row?

BASIC RIBBING

Alternating entire rows of knit and purl stitches creates the well-known stockinette stitch, but it’s also possible to switch back and forth within the same row to produce numerous different patterns. Of all the knit/purl stitch patterns you will learn, ribbing is definitely the most widely used.

Can you just Purl an entire scarf?

When you choose to purl an entire scarf, you can choose to either purl or knit both sides of your fabric. If you decide to purl both sides, you will come up with a garter stitch, which is the same result if you knit it.

What is it called when you knit one row and purl the next?

Stockinette (or stocking stitch) is a basic stitch that most knitting patterns don’t explain because they assume it’s already in the crafter’s repertoire. … However, knitting one row, purling the next, and then repeating this process consecutively creates the most classic pattern of all, known as stockinette stitch.

What does it look like if you purl every row?

A purl stitch looks just like the back of a knit stitch. If you purl every row, you get a bumpy texture, which is exactly like a knitted garter stitch. Slide the right needle down, and then bring the tip from front to back through the stitch, bringing the yarn with it.

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What happens if you only Purl?

If you purl every row then you’ll end up with garter stitch. If this sounds crazy, think about it: Traditionally, garter stitch is done by knitting every row. A purl stitch is also a knit stitch.