Quick Answer: How do you knit a selvage edge?

How do you make Selvage?

The selvage (or selvedge) of knit fabric is an edge formed by changing the stitch pattern at the beginning and end of every row. This stabilizes the fabric and prepares it for seaming or creates a finished edge on pieces that will have no further finishing.

What is the difference between selvedge and raw edge?

Here’s all you need to remember: Selvedge denim has to do with the weaving process, it has a “self edge.” Whereas raw denim just means that it hasn’t been washed and processed after coming off of the loom. Yet both will likely end up being more durable than a distressed or typical off-the-rack garment.

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