How to Knit a Double Seed Stitch Pattern


If you are looking for a new knitting stitch that is not too challenging, the double seed stitch might be the one for you. This stitch, which is also called the double moss stitch, results in a "bobble" look. It is also simple, so it is perfect for the beginning knitter. The double seed stitch pattern is often used in sweaters, scarves and blankets.

Things You'll Need

  • Knitting needles (any size)
  • Yarn
  • Comfortable chair with a good light
  • Cast on a multiple of four stitches. You can cast on four, 24, 88, 144 or any multiple of four stitches. The double seed stitch pattern is worked in groups of four and so it can be adapted to any size you need.

  • Create rows one and two of your double seed stitch pattern by knitting two and purling two. You will alternate the knit two, purl two combination across all stitches to complete both of the first two rows.

  • Alternate purling two and knitting two across all stitches to complete rows three and four.

  • Repeat steps two and three to add as many rows as you need for your knitting swatch.

  • Cast off all of your stitches when your pattern has reached the length you need.

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