The Ridged Rib Stitch is a reversible broken rib style pattern that creates a waffle like texture. This stitch is useful when making blankets, bags, hats, scarves, and mittens. It can even be used for the cuffs of socks.
The 2-Stitch Garter Rib Stitch is a simple pattern that is great for beginners who want a reversible fabric. It’s perfect for washcloths, scarves, and blankets. It is also a great pattern for men’s knits.
The Interrupted Rib Stitch is a really simple knit and purl stitch. It’s a great choice for blankets, bags, and pillows.
This knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the diamond rib stitch. The diamond rib stitch creates a beautiful diamond and rib pattern. The diamond rib stitch would be great for baby blankets, scarves, and shawls!
The Uneven Rib Stitch is an incredibly easy but beautiful take on the traditional rib stitch. Also known as the Mistake Rib Stitch, it could be used for light shaping or anywhere you would use ribbing.
This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the seed rib stitch. Just like it sounds, this pattern is a combination of the Seed Stitch and the traditional 1x1 Rib Stitch. It creates an interesting, textured rib fabric that will add a lot of interest to your …
The Farrow Rib Stitch is an alternative to a 2x1 rib pattern and has a nice texture. It is very masculine and would work great in patterns for gloves, scarves, and hats.
The Woven Rib Stitch is a simple rib pattern that puts a small twist on the traditional rib stitch. By adding slipped stitches a woven textured fabric is created. It’s perfect of manly scarves, blankets, and washcloths.
The Double Twisted 1×1 Rib Stitch is an interesting rib pattern using twisted stitches on both sides of the work to create a tightly braided rib texture. It is great substitute for the traditional 1×1 rib stitch and has an equal amount of horizontal stretch. This means it can be …