What is the difference between a knit stitch and a knit row? Let’s enjoy a moment to understand the distinction between a knit stitch versus a knit row. These terms can sometimes be confusing to new knitters.
I get this question a lot! So, let’s take a closer look at the difference.
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WHAT IS A KNIT STITCH?
Each of these cute little loops you cast onto your knitting needles are called stitches.
WHAT IS A KNIT ROW?
All along your knitting needle is the Knit Row. All of these little stitches on your knitting needle make up one row. You will learn a lot more about knit rows as we create knit stitch patterns.
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