Garter Stitch Bias Top


Garter Stitch Bias Top

Garter Stitch Bias Top
Garter Stitch Bias Top

"I love garter stitch. If you use self-striping yarn, you can make it stand out with unusual constructions - so that you can create quite interesting garments. Another feature of garter stitch is that one ridge (2 rows) of garter stitch are basically as high as one stitch is wide. That way, you can easily put pieces of garter stitch together at right angles. And that's what I did with this piece. This top is knitted on a 45 degree bias - and except for the arms - it is knitted in one piece. It has a V-neck in front, this V is partially filled in the back."


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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