At first glance this stitch looks quite fiddly and difficult but, working with only one yarn at a time makes it much easier than it looks.
As the name implies, this pattern looks like little fish tails in a chevron.
This stitch produces a fairly tight fabric that starts with a lovely scalloped edge at the cast on.
The instructions here are for a very easy lace pattern that has only 1 pattern row which is worked on every row. It results in a fabric with vertical ridges joined by lacy holes.
There are many ways to produce ombré or gradient knitting. Produce lovely effects using a colour range from light to dark.
This stitch produces a very tight fabric so I suggest that you use a size bigger needles than you normally would for the yarn you are going to use. Herringbone stitch will make a very warm garment or a lovely handbag.
A lovely textured stitch pattern that looks completely different but equally as good front and back.
This is a lovely textured, double sided stitch that is perfect for scarves or blankets.