Stitch Attribute: rib

Loose Five Rib Braid Stitch

The Loose Five Rib Braid Cable stitch is beautiful aran cable pattern. Consisting of five braided ribs, this panel stitch can work on its own in a scarf, or as an accent around a shawl collar. It can also be paired with other cable patterns to create aran blankets and …

Diamond Rib Stitch

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!

Double Lace Rib Stitch

The Double Lace Rib Stitch is a relatively simple way to dress up the rib stitch that does not pull in the the fabric as much as traditional ribbing. The double lace rib would be great as a decorative panel in any project or could be used to add a …

Single Lace Rib Stitch

This knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the single lace rib stitch. This stitch is a delicate version of ribbing. The lace rib stitch is a great way to add interest to any area that would traditionally be knit in ribbing.

Simple Lace Rib Stitch

This knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the simple lace rib stitch. This pattern is a basic lace stitch that is great for beginners. It's good for baby blankets, scarves, shawls, and bags or an edging on a garment!

Right Cross Cork Cable Stitch

This knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the cork cable back cross stitch. This cable pattern creates a panel of crossed rib stitches. It is perfect for a cable detail on an aran sweater or afghan.

Seeded Rib Stitch

This knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the seeded rib stitch. This basic rib pattern takes a different twist on the traditional ribbing stitch. The result is a more interesting fabric, perfect for manly scarves, afghans, or even hats!

Twisted Cable Rib Stitch

This knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the twisted cable rib stitch. This stitch is a mock cable pattern which achieves its effect by using the twist stitch. The twist stitch allows you to knit a cable without using a cable needle.

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