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Indd 57 57 4/2/08 10:45:19 AM Swiss Darning Also known as the duplicate stitch, this is the embroidery technique exclusive to knitting in which you add color to your finished knitting by stitching a contrasting colored yarn over the knitted stitches, following the path of the yarn. 1. Work sideways, diagonally, or up and down, come up at the center of the base of the stitch to be covered. 2. *Pass behind the next stitch above, insert the needle at the center of the base of the stitch where your first came up.
Knit the first two stitches. 2. Using the left needle, pick up the first stitch knitted on the right needle and pass it over the other stitch, and then slide it off the needle. 3. Knit another stitch and repeat step 2 for each pair of stitches on the right needle. When there is only one stitch remaining, cut the yarn to about 6" and pull the yarn through the final stitch. Weave in Ends Thread a tapestry needle with the yarn. Pass the needle through the wrong side of the knitting, following the path of the knitted stitches for about 2".
Make another stem stitch in the same manner as above, with the yarn below the needle. Pull the stitches to form a pleat Alternate these two stitches across the row.