【引用】Knitting Daily Lovely Linen Stitch
The linen stitch is a combination of knits, purls, and slipped stitches. The resulting fabric looks like, you guessed it—the weave that's unique to linen. The key to this is how the yarn is held when stitches are slipped. On the knit side, you hold the yarn in the back when you slip the stitch, and on the purl side, you hold the yarn in front when you slip the stitch.
Here's how to work the linen stitch:
Linen Stitch (odd number of sts)
Row 1 (RS) *P1, sl1 wyb (with yarn in back); rep from * to last st, p1.