To get things started, here's the Twisted Seed Stitch, aka the Beehive Waffle Stitch. The pattern is very similar to the Garter Stitch with just a little twist that adds a cushiony texture.
Abbreviationsk - knit
k1b - knit 1 below by inserting the right needle into the center of the stitch one row below the stitch on the left needle and knit into it.
Twisted Seed StitchThis pattern is worked across an odd number of stitches.
Row 1 (Wrong Side): K all sts.
Row 2 (Right Side): [K1, k1b] repeat across to last st, k1.
Row 3: K all sts.
Row 4: [K1b, k1] repeat across to last st, k1b.
Repeat Row 1-4
The picture above is technically the right side of the work, but don't you think the wrong side (below) is lovely as well?
Would you like to try this stitch in a pattern? Check out Kate's Everyday Sweater in my pattern shop. It's a flattering sweater with very simple shaping that is destined to become a favorite.