Stitch Attribute: ribbing

The Fancy Slip Stitch Rib

The Fancy Slip Stitch Rib Pattern is a simple rib stitch that creates a puffy rib pattern that is a nice alternative to the traditional rib stitch. It’s great for scarves, hats, and sweaters or blankets.

The Wavy Cable Rib Stitch

This knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the wavy cable rib stitch. This simple cable stitch that is a different twist on the traditional rib pattern. It is a good introduction to using a cable needle for the beginner to learn and can easily be done without …

The Cable Ribbing Stitch

The cable ribbing stitch creates a fabric of spiraling ribbing. It's an attractive, simple pattern that can be used on its own or with other cable stitches.

The 1×1 Rib Stitch

The 1x1 rib stitch is a common pattern used for shaping in many knitted garments. It has a large amount of stretch which is great for fitted clothes. It is particularly useful for collars and cuffs.

The Blanket Rib Stitch

The Blanket Rib Stitch is an interesting rib pattern that uses increases and decreases together to create a textured fabric that is great for washcloths and afghans. It can also be used in sweaters, hats, and scarves as a substitute for other rib stitches. It does not have as much …

Wide Garter Rib Stitch

The wide garter rib stitch is a simple beginning knitting stitch. It uses offset columns of garter stitch to create a fabric with subtle ridged lines. The understated pattern is easy to knit and works up quickly. The wide garter rib stitch is perfect for large projects like blankets and …

The Beaded Rib Stitch

The Beaded Rib Stitch is a ribbing pattern that is broken up by a row of seed stitches, which gives an additional layer of texture. It’s a great option for scarves and blankets.

The 2×2 Rib Stitch

Another classic ribbing pattern, the 2x2 rib is often used for hems of sweater and hats. With a wider rib, it’s not as constricting, but still helps to hold your knitted fabric close to the body. It can also be used on it’s own to make sleeves, scarves, or cowls.

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