Learn how to knit the raglan line in two different styles. These beginner-friendly patterns come with step-by-step photo and video tutorials. I think you’re going to love these raglan line stitches because they look very unusual and will give a unique look to any of your future projects.
Ragged line works up super fast using some simple knitting techniques… We knit the last 2 loops in front of the ragged line from the front wall to the front loop, make a drop, and again knit with the front loop.
After this, you need to unroll and knit 2 loops together from the back wall in the same way, from 2 loops, knit 3. Thus, we will add 1 loop before and after the ragged line.
For those who knit loops in grandmother’s way, you need to knit a little inverse, knit the stitches in front of the ragged line, and then knit without unwrapping.
This is the first design and tutorial on how to knit the raglan line. Free pattern will guide you through the whole process of learning this beautiful knitting technique. Have fun and enjoy.
This is a second design of the raglan line knitting. Just like the previous pattern, this one comes with step-by-step video and photo tutorials. Hope you’ll find this lovely technique useful enough.
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