What is salvage stitch in knitting?

What is Sel S in knitting?

The selvage (or selvedge) of knit fabric is an edge formed by changing the stitch pattern at the beginning and end of every row. This stabilizes the fabric and prepares it for seaming or creates a finished edge on pieces that will have no further finishing. … Usually a selvage is one stitch, but it can be two or more.

How do you add an edge to a knitted scarf?

Wrap your edging yarn around your needle one time, and pull a loop through your project and onto your right needle. Insert needle through next stitch. Repeat the process of pulling up a loop of edging yarn. Repeat process all the way across project edge.

How do you turn your knitting 90 degrees and pick up stitches?

Turn your work 90 degrees clockwise and pick up one stitch in each of the garter ridges that you created. Insert your working needle in the edge of the garter ridge and knit into the stitch. Turn your work again 90 degrees clockwise and pick up three stitches along the edge.

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