Monday, 3 August 2009

Warp Knitting | 4 x 1 Stitch

If the underlap of the 3 x 1 stitch is extended by 1 or more needle spaces the 4 x 1 stitch is produced. The 4 x 1 stitch therefore has the longest underlap of all the common regular stitch constructions. Because of the long underlap the 4 x 1 stitch has a very high stability in longitudinal direction.
The yarn consumption is twice as much as of the 1 x 1 stitch.

closed 4 x 1 stitch
repeat in length = 2 courses
yarn parts per repeat = 12 or more







open 4 x 1 stitch:
repeat in length = 2 courses
yarn parts per repeat = 12 or more










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