The Bamboo Knit Stitch Pattern Hi, Guys, I’m Kristen and Welcome to Studio Knit! It’s Knitting Lesson Monday and today I am sharing a beautiful vintage knitting pattern, the Bamboo Stitch! With two simple rows, we create these really pretty rows that look like stalks of bamboo. Here’s how the right side looks, and the
wrong side looks really cool, too. We begin by Casting on in multiples of two. I will switch to green yarn while demonstrating these two rows. On Row one, we begin with a Yarn Over by holding the yarn in the back of your needle, then wrap it around clockwise. Now, we will knit
two stitches. And bring your needle underneath here to pass over the first stitch over your
two knit stitches. Then repeat this pattern all the way down the row. Once more time,
yarn over, knit two stitches, and pass the first stitch over. Oh, if you enjoy learning vintage knitting
patterns, please hit LIKE and COMMENT to let me know you would like to see more Knit Stitch
videos like this. On our second row, we simply purl all the
way down the row. And that’s it! Repeat these two rows to
create your Bamboo Stitch pattern! Thank You so much for watching Studio Knit.
And when you subscribe, you will receive a new knitting lesson every Monday. And make
sure to check out my other knit stitch patterns, too, like my popular Seed Stitch and my recent graphic Chevron Pattern! Bye!