This week we have another simple and widely used stitch pattern. The stockinette (or stocking) stitch is an easy pattern. Cast on any amount of stitches. Alternate between knit rows and purl rows. When working in the round stockinette is just knit row after knit row.
Stockinette stitch is all smooth and made of a bunch of hearts together. If you purl when you should’ve knitted it’ll be pretty easy to tell the difference.
Reverse stockinette stitch just means the other side of stockinette. Typically reverse stockinette is going to be the ‘wrong side’ of your work.
Stockinette can be tricky because it is prone to curling. If you were to make a square of stockinette it’d end up being a tube. It can be managed by adding garter stitch to the border.