\nBEFORE YOU BEGIN\n\nThe linen stitch is a fairly simple stitch; you alternate wrapped stitches over slip stitches. The final appearance of the linen stitch resembles a woven look with the tight linen stitches creating a sturdy, dense fabric. The linen stitch can often be used in sock, bag, and hot plate patterns. \nOur resident knitter, Alan demonstrates how to knit the linen stitch with a garter stitch border. To create a 6" x 6" linen stitch square, Alan knits 2 garter stitches (for the border) and 21 linen stitches across. A written pattern to follow is provided below.\nMATERIALS:\n\n2 Knitting Needles \n\n1 Skein of Darn Good Yarn\n\n\nLearn the Linen Stitch:\n\n\n\nWritten Pattern:\nRow 1: Knit 1 *Slip with yarn in front, Knit 1; Repeat from * to end.\nRow 2: Purl 1 * Slip with yarn in back, Purl 1; Repeat from * to end.\nRepeat rows 1 + 2 to desired length. \nKeep Going!\nEmbrace your crafting curiosity and challenge yourself to learn the variety of knit stitches, one at a time in order of skill level.\n\n\nHave any questions?\nLeave them in a comment below! Our team would be happy to assist. PLUS, we have the best community of crafters who are always willing to lend insight and advice.