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Step-by-step toothpick stitches become an outstanding variety in crochet or toothpick knitting. For this reason, it is widely used in creations of clothing and accessories such as shawls, blouses or vests.
Its distinctive contribution related to the texture and versatility of its presentations is such that we have taken advantage of this material to show you some of the types of openwork points.
TYPES OF DRAWN POINTS Some of the openwork stitches on two needles that you can knit are: Peacock point Embossed fantasy openwork stitch Point on ladder or witch ladder Crossed openwork fantasy stitch Fantasy dots in openwork lines Openwork zigzag stitch Openwork fantasy stitch with double decrease
Knit right Bring the yarn or wool forward, and pass it over Knit two stitches by inserting the needle between two continuous stitches, pass the thread and drop the stitches Repeat this operation until you finish the row
From the second row you will begin to see the holes that are created naturally with the openwork stitch. With these instructions on the simplest openwork stitch, you will have the necessary basis to understand and materialize more complex designs such as openwork fantasy stitches and others.
If after this you wanted to see the result of the different points that we mentioned, I leave you the complete tutorial content for each of the two-needle openwork points. And for you to land a project where you can use them, I show you ideas about shawls and blouses. Surely in these and many other clothing items or for the home, it is worth applying the openwork stitch. See you soon!…