How to Knit Stockinette Stitch
In stockinette stitch, the knit rows are the right side of the work and each stitch resembles a "V". In reverse stockinette stitch, the purl rows are the right side of the work.
The edges of a piece of knitting made in Stockinette stitch roll under if they are not sewn together or do not have a border in a different stitch around the edges. For example, a scarf made in Stockinette stitch may have a border on all four edges made in garter stitch (knit every row) or in seed stitch.
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