Bee Stitch

Bee Stitch

The Bee Stitch is a brioche stitch whose appearance is reminiscent of honeycombs. It has a great three-dimensional surface.

Due to the stitch below this is a more difficult knitting stitch. It also requires a certain amount of concentration so that you don’t get mixed up in the alternating rows. But once you get the hang of it, it’s very easy and the result is quite impressive.

Techniques:

Knit 1 stitch: Insert the right needle from left to right into the next stitch on the left needle. The working yarn is behind the project. Wrap the working yarn once from back to front around the right needle. Now pull the working yarn with the right needle through the stitch in which you have inserted the needle. You now have a new stitch on your right needle. Let the stitch on your left needle slip off the needle.

Purl 1 stitch: Insert the right needle from right to left into the next stitch on the left needle. The working yarn is in front of the project. Wrap the working yarn once from back to front around the right needle. Now push the working yarn with the right needle through the stitch in which you have inserted the needle. You now have a new stitch on your right needle. Let the stitch on your left needle slip off the needle.

Knit 1 below: Insert the right knitting needle into the stitch under the next stitch on the left needle. Knit this stitch. Let the stitch on the left needle slip off the needle.

Stitch:

Wool: The Petite Wool by we are knitters in spotted pink

Cast-on an odd number of stitches on one of your knitting needles.

Row 1: Knit all stitches.

Row 2 and all even rows: Knit all stitches.

Row 3: Knit 1. * Knit 1 below. Knit 1. * Repeat until the end of the row.

Reihe 5: Knit 1 below. * Knit 1. Knit 1 below. * Repeat until the end of the row.

By the way, I also like the backside of this knitting stitch very much.

Backside of the stitch
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