Learn how to knit a necktie in seed stitch with free pattern and video tutorial by Studio Knit.

Today, we are going to knit a Men’s Seed Stitch Necktie! Ties are one of the most popular gifts for men and Dads. But this year, don’t bore him with a store-bought tie. For under ten dollars, give a classic knit tie made with love. This knitting project is an easy level project using the Seed Stitch texture, perfect for everyone who has completed my Absolute Beginner Knitting Series.

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MATERIALS for Seed Stitch Necktie Pattern

• Worsted Weighted Yarn
• Straight Knitting Needles Size 8 US
Scissors
Tapestry Needle
• Measuring Tape


KNITTING TECHNIQUES
Seed Stitch Necktie Pattern

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Slip Knot 
• CO = Cast On Long Tail Method
• K = Knit Stitch 
• P = Purl Stitch
• BO = Bind Off
Weave In Ends


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Seed Stitch Necktie


WRITTEN KNITTING PATTERN
Seed Stitch Necktie

Cast On 12 Stitches with the Long-Tail Method. This is a medium-sized to skinny sized tie. So, it’s two and a half inches wide. And we are going to cast on twelve stitches.

Seed Stitch:
Odd Rows: * K1, P1 *
Even Rows: * P1, K1 *

Knit in the Seed Stitch for 21 Inches in length

Decrease to 10 Stitches
K2Tog, K1, P1, K1, P1, K1, P1, K1, P1, K2Tog

Knit for 8 Rows in the Seed Stitch

Decrease to 8 Stitches
K2Tog, K1, P1, K1, P1, K1, P1, K2Tog

Knit in the Seed Stitch until the entire tie measures between 57 – 59 inches in length.

Let’s add a fun KEEPER LOOP to the back of the tie.
This helps keep the TAIL of the tie in place. I had fun just grabbing some sparkly scrap yarn and I knit four quick rows. Just make sure that when you sew your KEEPER LOOP to the back of your tie, to sew into the seed to prevent seeing it from the front.


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How to Knit a Necktie - Free Knitting Pattern + Video Tutorial by Studio Knit