Thursday, May 16, 2013

Stitch Series Zigzag Ribbing

 Continuing with stitch series posts, we'll be learning zigzag ribbing.

This is another excellent cool weather fabric. Pullovers, cardigans and afghans come to mind when I see this stitch. Of course, you can always do what you like.

Method

This is worked over a multiple of 13 stitches.
Odd numbered rows:
K3, *P7, K6 repeat from * end with P7, K3
  • P3, *K4, K2tog, yo, K1, P6 repeat from * end with P3
  • P3, *K3, K2tog, yo, K2, P6 repeat from * end with P3
  • P3, *K2, K2tog, yo, K3, P6 repeat from * end with P3
  • P3, *K1, K2tog, yo, K4, P6 repeat from * end with P3
  • P3, *K2tog, yo, K5, P6 repeat from * end with P3
  • P3, *K1, yo, sl 1, K1, psso, K4, P6 repeat from * end with P3
  • P3, *K2, yo, sl 1, K1, psso, K3, P6 repeat from* end with P3
  • P3, *K3, yo, sl 1, K1, psso, K2, P6 repeat from* end with P3
  • P3, *K4, yo, sl 1, K1, psso, K1, P6 repeat from * end with P3
  • P3, *K5, yo, sl 1, K1, psso, P6 repeat from * end with P3
Repeat these 20 rows for your pattern.



I hope you enjoyed my tutorial!

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