What is a textured stitch?

Is there a knitting stitch that looks the same both sides?

Much of what makes a knitting pattern reversible has to do with the stitch that’s used. Most ribbed knitting, of course, is double-sided, but there are other stitches that work for this and look the same on both sides. … Garter Slip Stitch. Herringbone Stitch.

What does rib 2 together mean?

HELP. suzeeq August 23, 2016, 3:50pm #2. That just means work 6 stitches in your rib pattern, then do the next 2sts together in whatever stitch comes nets. So if you’re at the beginning of the row – k2 p2, k2, p2tog, then k2 after that.

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