What is a double seed stitch in knitting?
The ‘double seed stitch’ is where 2 knit stitches and 2 purl stitches are alternated, so it’s exactly what it says on the tin…it’s a double-size version of the seed stitch!
Which stitch has double stitches on both sides?
Double running stitch is also known as Holbein stitch or Roumanian and Chiara stitch. It is a simple stitch that is identical on both sides of the fabric and can be worked in straight, curved or zig zag lines in traditional European embroidery and cross stitch, blackwork from Spain or Assisi work from Italy.