Slip-Stitch Patterns

Related to the Color-Change Patterns, Slip-Stitch Patterns use slip stitches to create visual texture and interest by pulling stitches up the fabric in different ways. These patterns are generally more textural than the color-change patterns and are mostly shown in the book as a solid color.

  • Slipped-Stitch Ridges
  • Long-Slip Textured Pattern
  • Slip-Stitch Honeycomb
  • Heel Stitch
  • Close Stitch
  • Three-and-One Pattern
  • Woven Stitch
  • Double Woven Rib Stitch
  • Single Woven Rib Stitch
  • Woven Diagonal Herringbone
  • Woven Traverse Herringbone
  • Woven Diamond Pattern
  • Mock Ribbing
  • Double Mock Ribbing
  • Little Herringbone
  • Twisted Slip-Stitch
  • Diagonal Weave
  • Fabric Stitch
  • Double Fabric Stitch
  • Mock Honeycomb
  • Butterfly Stitch
  • Little Butterfly or Bowknot Stitch
  • Quilted Lattice
  • English Diamond Quilting Pattern
  • Little Tent Pattern
  • Shadow Check
  • Floating Hexagon Pattern
  • Checked Basket Stitch
  • Little Birds
  • Slipped Cable Rib
  • Mock Gull-Stitch
  • Crochet-Knit Cross Stitch
  • Slipped Diagonal Rib
  • Cross-Stitch Cable
  • Slipped Cables
  • Simple Slipped Cable, Left Twist
  • Simple Slipped Cable, Right Twist
  • Slipped Zigzag Cable
  • Slipped Plait Cable
  • Reverse Slipped Plait Cable
  • Banded Crescent Pattern
  • Slipped Hourglass
  • Looking-Glass Pattern
  • Indian Cross Stitch
  • Slipped Double Cables
  • “Closing” Double Cable
  • “Opening” Double Cable
  • Slipped Chain Cable