What’s a duplicate stitch in knitting?
Duplicate Stitch, or Swiss Darning as it is sometimes called, is a decorative stitch usually worked over stockinette stitch. Its basic concept is in its name: You sew over your finished knitting with a contrast color, “duplicating” the original stitches.
What is another name for duplicate stitch?
“Duplicate stitch (also called ‘Swiss darning’) is a technique for creating the look of colour work, but without the hassle of having to knit with multiple colours at once.