What is a leaning stitch?

What is a raglan stitch?

‘Raglan seams’ is when the sleeves start at the very top of the neck, and follow the shoulder lines, from the neck to the sleeves. This results in a nice effect marking the transition between the sleeves and the body. Raglan is a widely used technique for working increases when knitting from the top down.

What does K1L mean?

Knit 1 Long (K1L) is only slightly more complicated than the regular knit stitch. You’re just knitting a stitch, but that stitch is a few rows below. The trick is to make sure that your tension is firm but not too tight (or too loose).

Is k2tog left leaning?

K2tog (knit two together) is a common right-leaning decrease in knitting.

Is m1 the same as increase 1 in knitting?

To get more stitches in knitting, an increase is needed. A common method of increasing stitches is known as a make-one, abbreviated as M1 or M1L, for make-one-left. The most basic way to increase is knitting in the front and the back of a stitch.

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