What is a knit stitch?
A basic stitch in knitting, created by pulling a loop of yarn from the back of the fabric to the front through a previous stitch. …
What is stockinette stitch on loom?
The stockinette stitch, also known as Jersey, is the most common stitch found in knitting. It makes a distinctive “V” pattern on the right side of the fabric. It will curl unless there is ribbing (such as single rib or double rib) or another evening-out stitch such as the garter stitch at the ends.
Why is my French knitting so tight?
The problem with this is that when it’s time to pull the bottom loop over the top some people pull on the loop too much and that tightens the loop next to it. As you continue around the loom pulling on loops you tighten all the loops. Some people pull the loops on the pegs to loosen the stitch.
Why is my loom knitting so tight?
If you wrap all the way around the loom, there is a great chance that you will pull the yarn making it tighter as you go. Keep the yarn between the loom and skein loose. If you don’t, you may use the loom to pull the yarn which will make the stitch too tight. Hold the previous peg while wrapping the current peg.