Is there such a thing as a reverse garter stitch in knitting?

What is reverse knitting stitch?

Reverse Stockinette stitch is a fabric that has the purl ridges or bumps of Stockinette stitch showing on the right side of the work. … When working back in forth in rows, Reverse Stockinette stitch is created by purling all the stitches on the Right Side and knitting all the stitches on the Wrong Side.

What is knitting every row called?

Garter stitch is the most basic of all knitted fabrics. It’s made by knitting every row.

What is it called when you knit one row and purl the next?

Stockinette (or stocking stitch) is a basic stitch that most knitting patterns don’t explain because they assume it’s already in the crafter’s repertoire. … However, knitting one row, purling the next, and then repeating this process consecutively creates the most classic pattern of all, known as stockinette stitch.

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