This knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the Fisherman's Rib Stitch. This is a reversible pattern that creates a thick fabric with lots of volume and horizontal stretch. It is a great stitch for scarves, hats, and sweaters. It is similar to the Brioche stitch but has …
The Single Rib Stitch is a crochet stitch that is a great way to simulate a knitted rib stitch with crochet. It does not have the horizontal stretch of traditional ribbing, but can be used to great effect in hats, blankets, and sweaters.
The Open Chain Ribbing Stitch is a great way to add lace elements to a manly scarf. The yarn overs create a chain like motif that also makes for a fabric that is attractive on both sides. Use this pattern for scarves, blankets, or as an accent detail in a …
The Seeded Rib Check Stitch is a reversible stitch that uses alternating knits and purls to created a ribbed checker pattern. It’s great for washcloths, blankets, and would also be good for menswear patterns.
The Bluebell Rib Stitch is a lace knitting pattern that creates vertical rows of stitches that look like bluebell flowers stacked on top of each other. It’s a great pattern to use as an accent on a sleeve or to use all over a a blanket or pillow.
The Fluted Fabric Stitch is a woven rib pattern that creates a slightly dense fabric that is reversible. It’s great for afghans and sweaters or anything that could benefit from a more structured fabric.
The Half Fisherman’s Rib Stitch pattern is similar the to regular fisherman’s rib, with a thick, squishy rib texture. The difference is it has less vertical stretch and the ribs are a bit closer together.