Seed stitch is a fun and bubbly stitch that may look complicated, but totally isn’t. Not only does it look super fun, but it makes for a cozy texture to wear as an oversized sweater.
Okay, let’s get to it.
1. Cast on an even number of stitches.
2. K1, P1, K1, P1, K1, P1… you get it. Alternate knitting and purling to the end of your row. Turn your work.
3. On the WR of your work you’ll see that the first stitch is knit stitch, so P1, k1 to the end. You’ll work the opposite stitch as the previous row.
4. Repeat the last two rows forever!
Note: When knitting the round, it’s important to mark the beginning of your round because when you get to the end of your round it’ll be something like this: …k1, p1, slip stich marker, p1, k1… So you’ll do purl stitches (or knit, depending on what round you’re on) and it might feel weird, but its just the beginning of a new round!
And that’s it! Painless isn’t it. Okay go forth and seed stitch!