Sarah talks you through the different section of the hat construction: the rib, the moss stitch and the stocking stitch. They are all made with the same two stitches: knit and purl.
Rib has the knit and purl sitting above each other. The moss stitch uses the two stitches offset to create the texture. The stocking stitch has those two stitches again, but this time in alternate rows.
She shows you how to identify which is which. It makes it easier for you to know where you are. That way, you don't have to make the hat all in one go. You can pop out for tea or coffee and even leave your knitting overnight!
If you would like to learn to knit, we have a series with Rosee Woodland. You can make a start by clicking here.
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