Knitting: learning the sand stitch

Knitting: learning the sand stitch

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Sand point is a classic knit stitch used to make clothes and accessories. The point of sand is achieved by successively knitting a place row then a row where the stitches and reverse are alternated. Row 1: knit all sts. Row 2: alternately knit one side stitch then a reverse stitch. Following rows: repeat rows 1 and 2 successively.


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