Ribbings

Ribbing patterns are often used to help hold in (or hold up) clothing. They generally have negative ease so that they “hug” the body. They vary from the very simple Knit-One Purl-One Ribbings to fancier and more elaborate work. Sometimes, the choice of ribbing can make or break a finished project and it can be fun to use a ribbing that isn’t commonly used to make a project completely your own.

  • Knit-One Purl-One Ribbing
  • Knit-Two Purl-Two Ribbing
  • Mistake-Stitch Ribbing
  • Embossed Moss Stitch Ribbing
  • Baby Cable Ribbing
  • Cross-Stitch ribbing
  • Little Hourglass Ribbing
  • Braided Ribbing
  • Reverse Cross-Stitch Ribbing
  • Mock Cable Rib
  • Wheat Ear Rib
  • Zigzag Knotted Rib
  • Figure-Eight Twisted Ribbing
  • Rickrack Ribbing
  • Fisherman’s Rib
  • Slip-Stitch Ribbing
  • Diagonal Ribbing
  • Brioche Stitch
  • Single Eyelet Rib
  • Double Eyelet Rib
  • Italian Chain Ribbing
  • Little Shell Rib
  • Puff Rib
  • Lace Rib
  • Knotted Rib
  • Broad Spiral Rib
  • Corded Ribbing
  • Cable Ribbing

 

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