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Beginner Mesh Knitting Tutorial

Updated November 14, 2017
Beginner Mesh Knitting Tutorial
Beginner Mesh Knitting Tutorial
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This Beginner Mesh Knitting Tutorial perfectly breaks down how easy it can be for you to add a cozy mesh knit to your next project. A mesh knit pattern is great for those winter projects you are working on to really add a cozy feeling. You can incorporate this mesh pattern in a knit blanket, scarf, shawl, or really any project that you want to add that extra warmth to. Plus, this beginner mesh pattern makes it so that any knitter at any level can master this and use it in their next pattern. 


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Beginner Mesh Knitting Tutorial

How to Knit a Mesh Pattern

  1. CO a multiple of 3. 

  2. Row 1: (RS) Knit across row.

  3. Row 2: (WS) K1, *yo, k2tog,* repeat from * to * across row.

  4. Row 3: Knit across row.

  5. Row 4: K2, *yo, k2tog*, repeat from * to * across row to last stitch, k1.

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A really gorgeous knit, I saw a blanket a friend of mine had draped on her couch and she thought my fascination with its stitch pattern was funny, but I've finally found it! Quick question, by the end of this video the number of stitches has increased from 12 to 13, due to the yo at the end of the first row on the single stitch. How does one account for this?

I love how easy this is. It'd be gorgeous with a thinner yarn for summery items. Can't wait to give this stitch a try.


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