• 10:31

    Altering Simple Stitch Patterns: Interrupted Rib

    The Interrupted Rib Stitch pattern is an easy 4-row repeat pattern that is perfect for beginner scarves and baby blankets. In this video, Jen Lucas explores this stitch pattern and how you can alter the stitch pattern to suit you and your next knitting project. INTERRUPTED RIB STITCH PATTERN To begin, Jen looks at the…

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  • 7:44

    Alternating Interrupted Rib Pattern

    The Alternating Interrupted Rib stitch pattern is a variation on the traditional Interrupted Rib stitch pattern. This stitch pattern offsets the ribbing pattern, adding a little more interest and texture to your knitting project. It’s the perfect pattern to use for knitted baby blankets and scarves. In this video, Jen Lucas demonstrates how to work…

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  • 5:34

    Beaded Rib Stitch

    The Beaded Rib stitch pattern is an easy ribbing pattern that can be used to add a little pizzazz to all your knitting projects. Worked over only two rows, it’s a simple stitch pattern, perfect for beginners and experienced knitters alike. In this video, Jen Lucas demonstrates how to knit the beaded rib stitch pattern.…

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  • 3:27

    Bind Off in Pattern

    Occasionally you’ll come across a knitting pattern that contains the instructions “bind off in pattern.” In this video, Mary Beth Temple demonstrates how to work this pattern instruction. For many knitting projects, a knitwise bind off or a purlwise bind off can be used to finish the knitting. As Mary Beth points out, if you’ve…

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  • 5:03

    Broken Rib Stitch

    The Broken Rib stitch pattern is a simple two row stitch pattern that can be used in many different types of projects. In this video, Jen Lucas knits the broke rib stitch pattern back in forth in rows. Jen mentions that she particularly likes to use this stitch pattern for the edging on a baby…

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  • 4:34

    Corrugated Rib Stitch

    Corrugated ribbing is a beautiful two-color ribbing pattern that is perfect for colorwork projects, like hats and mittens. In this video, Corrina Ferguson demonstrates how to work a corrugated ribbing pattern in a 2×2 (knit 2 stitches, purl 2 stitches) pattern. This technique can be used for any ribbing pattern. When looking at the work…

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  • 3:24

    Easy Ribbing: How to Work Knit One, Purl One (K1, P1) Ribbing

    Once you’ve mastered the knit and purl stitches, you’re ready to try ribbing. In this video, Mary Beth Temple will demonstrate how to work knit one, purl one (K1, P1) ribbing. She’ll also share some tips on how to read your fabric and how to avoid mistakes while working this stitch. You’ll find ribbing used…

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  • 3:58

    Easy Ribbing: Knit Two, Purl Two (K2, P2) Ribbing

    Knit-2, purl-2 (K2, P2) ribbing is a great stretchy stitch pattern that is perfect for projects like baby hats and socks. This ribbing is very elastic, when stretched the fabric naturally wants to snapback into place. In this video, Jen Lucas demonstrates how to work this ribbed pattern. This stitch pattern is also known as…

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  • 8:21

    Elongated Interrupted Rib

    The Elongated Interrupted Rib stitch pattern is a variation on the traditional Interrupted Rib stitch pattern. This elongated version of the stitch pattern has the ribbing section worked for additional rows, giving the ribbing more definition. In this video, Jen Lucas demonstrates how to work the Elongated Interrupted Rib stitch pattern. To begin, Jen compares…

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