What is mosaic stitch in knitting?

Does mosaic knitting have floats?

Unlike traditional stranded knitting, where you’re working with two or more yarns at any given time, with mosaic, you’re only working with one yarn at a time. In addition to making colorwork simpler to manage, this feature of mosaic knitting means fewer floats and a more flexible fabric.

What is a mosaic plot used for?

How are mosaic plots used? Mosaic plots are used to show relationships and to provide a visual comparison of groups.

How often should I catch floats?

For a blanket or garment, where the floats will inevitably come in contact with the outside world including dogs, cats, and fingers, you’ll definitely want to catch your floats, every 3 or 4 stitches or so.

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