Double Knit Hat with Double Layer Knitting Ribbing

Stitch in Focus: Double Layer Knitting Rib Stitch

Lindsay Lewchuk Announcements, Double Layer Knitting, KNIT knitworthy 'n intriguing techniques (2024 theme), Pattern Related, Stitch in Focus Leave a Comment

I really loved how this rib stitch creates a double layer of ribbing.  With a few tricks, the stitches will nest perfectly into each other!  Like Double Layer Knitting, you work the stitches in pairs of 1 MC and 1 CC.  It creates a completely reversible and double thick fabric! Check out the video to see how.  Double Layer Knitting, the Rib Stitch, breaks down into a simple 4 st repeat: MC – k1, yf CC – k1 (leave yarn in back) MC – p1 (leave yarn in front) CC – yf, p1 MCCC – both yarns to back *No patterns are released yet featuring this rib stitch, but some are in the works.  Here’s a shot of cameradad’s finished …

Stitch in Focus Double Layer Knitting

Stitch in Focus Double Layer Knitting

Lindsay Lewchuk Announcements, Double Layer Knitting, Joy of Knitting (2023 theme), Pattern Related, Stitch in Focus 2 Comments

What do you do if you want to knit two layers of fabric in the round without wrong sides facing each other?  Well, you *could* use two sets of DPNs, but is there another way?  YES!  Dubbed “double layer knitting” because it’s a lot like double knitting, but without the purls.  This technique allows you to work two layers of fabric on the same needles so you can easily transition between integrating and non-integrating sections.  Both layers have RS facing knits and WS facing purls creating a double layer of fabric. See Treescape Hat in action on IG Part 1: https://www.instagram.com/reel/Czrpxb0p2GQ/ Part 2: https://www.instagram.com/reel/Cz8_5Z_LXfc/ Part 3: https://www.instagram.com/p/C0hqsaRJuiC/ All videos in 1 – Treescape Hat Rejoining Video Tutorial