Tag: ribbing

The Eyelet Mock Cable Ribbing Stitch

The Eyelet Mock Cable Ribbing Stitch is a unique pattern that combines cabling, ribbing, and lace into one beautiful stitch. As this is a mock cable, no stitches are actually crossed. Instead the illusion of cabling is achieved through using a clever decrease. This is a relatively simple stitch to …

The Garter Rib Stitch

The Garter Rib Stitch is a ribbing pattern which consists of alternating offset rows of garter stitch. The offset is achieved by repeating a section of only knit stitches, and following it with a section of purl stitches. This is a simple pattern and great for beginning knitters.

The 1×1 Rib Cast On

The 1x1 rib cast on is a way of starting a knitting project with ribbing. This variation of the long tail cast on creates a great foundation for a rib pattern and gives a nice stretchy edge.

The Broad Spiral Rib Stitch

The Broad Spiral is a mock cable ribbing stitch. It consists of columns of small table twists, stacked closely on top of each other creating a spiral effect.

The Brioche Stitch

The Brioche Stitch is a reversible pattern that creates a thick, lofty, stretchy fabric, that appears similar to a 1x1 rib. It is a great choice for hats, scarves, and sweaters.

The Mosaic Stitch

The mosaic stitch is a simple knit and purl pattern that creates textured columns of stitches. It's an easy beginner knitting stitch pattern.

The German Twisted Cast On

The German Twisted Cast On is a variation of the Long Tail Cast On. It is sometimes known as the Old Norwegian Cast On. By adding an extra twist while casting on, this method gives a little more stretch to your edging. It is also a deeper cast on making …

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 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.

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