Monday, 6 April 2015

Knitting : Honeycomb Stitch

This is a beautiful stitch that I always wanted to work. It seems to be a difficult one, but one of the stitches that a beginner can do. All you need to know is cast on, Knit ,Purl, Slip Stitch and Binding off.

The honeycomb stitch is also called as The Wasp Nest Knitting Stitch.

I wanted to make a baby blanket with this stitch but now I am planning to make a hat.
Used some scrap yarn to learn this stitch then blocked it, otherwise my swatch was a bit puckered.

This Video explains the stitch very well. Go here to see the written pattern

Here are some fabulous projects related to Honeycomb Stitch. Click on the images to go to the original post.

Honeycomb Rainbow Blanket Free Pattern
 Honeycomb Stroller Blanket 

Ravelry: The Honeycomber pattern by Wendy Bernard 
The Honeycomber

Little Windows hat. Need to try this one for my kids. Free pattern.  
Little Windows hat
The pattern for adult size hat is here

Knitting pattern for Bee's Knees legwarmers for children. Gotta make these for Evalyn.
Bee's Knees

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing this stitch. The colour changes make a big difference to the pattern. I like all the projects and am tempted to take up needles later for Grandchildren items.


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