A1. Asic Stitch
The easiest and most essential knitted organization, including weft plain, rib, purl, chain, pillar, tricot, satin tricot, double loop stitch.
A2. Weft Plain Stitch
Continuous circles unit with each other with one side is positive coil, and other side is opposite.
A3. Rib Stitch
A kind of knitted organization that is formed by a certain combination of face and back loops.
A4. Purl Stitch
Alternative configuration of horizontal face and back loops.
A5. Chain Stitch, Pillar Stitch
A kind of tricot knitting organization where the warp is always circled around a needle.
A6. Tricot Stitch
Wrap turns on mat knitting yarn between two adjacent needles, during which string them together.
A7. Satin Tricot Stitch
Placing warp over two and more adjacent needles, knitting back when the formed loops reach a certain position.
A8. Double Loop Stitch
Each warp comes into being two loops in the same row.
Recombination of two or more asic stitches.
A10. Interlock Stitch, Interlock
Interlocking two rib stitches, and one rib stitch is in the vertical row of another one.
A11. Cord Stitch
Consisted of two tricot stitches and the warp alternatively forms circles in interphase needles.
A12. Fancy Stitch
The knitting organization formed by changing the loops pattern of asic or changed organizations, or cooperating with additional fiber and yarn.
A13. Tuck Stitch
Except for a closed coil, there is one or more opened arcs in some loops.
A14. Half Cardigan Stitch
Vertically single set circles at the front and plain stitch at the back
A15. Full Cardigan Stitch
This is a kind of double-sided tuck organization where all the loops are arranged with vertically single tucks.
A16. Blister Stitch
According to the requirements of the pattern in the organization of the double weft, weave at one side, make coil bump, and form the knitted fabric organization with embossed effect.
A17. Plating Stitch
All or part of the loop formed by ground garn and plaiting
A18. Weft Laid – in Stitch
Between the loops or loops with extension lines,
A19. Laying – in Stitch
One or several root yarn form in the fabric of some of the coil disclosed circular arc according to certain proportion, and circle in the rest of the line is floating line stay on fabric opposite organizations.
A20. Jacquared Stitch
Put yarn mat in the work needles according to the requirements of decorative pattern. The old coil only took off from the needle when there is yarn knitting. In the yarn is not a circle to float line in fabric opposite or two layers of yarn layer.b
A21. Terry Stitch
Additional yarn forms loop structure on the surface.
A22. Plush Titch, Pile Stitch
It is formed With additional fiber or yarn and yarn to weave together and form fluff, which is prominent in the design and color on the surface of the organization.
A23. Lace Stitch
On the basis of the original group, and according to the requirements for the pattern of forming the move some coil knitted fabric organization, wale interrupt transfer, and show perforation, or coil mutually transfer, and show the appearance of distortion.
A24. Racked Stitch
In flat knitting machine weaving double weft organization, form the tilt coil by moving the needle bed, and distribute the corrugated design organization.
A25. Locknit Stitch
Tricot stitch at back and satin tricot stitch at front side
A26. Reverse Locknit
Satin tricot stitch at back tricot stitch at front
A27. Atlas Stitch
Both sides are knitted by symmetrical way of padding.
A28. Queen’s Cord
Flat organization at the back and front chain stitch forming the double warp knitting
A29. Miss-lapping Stitch
Some stripping comb yarn or not, which regularly drives into the warp knitting design organization.
A30. Miss-pressing Stitch
On the warp knitted organization some row or some part of the coil of the row do not knock over the ring on the row, but every other one or several row circle, which makes the fabric surface is stretched.
A31. Fall-plate Stitch
There is stuffer yarn at the bottom of the warp knitting coil circle and make the surface concave and convex.