Cartridge-Belt Rib

Cartridge-Belt Rib

Yarn: Plymouth Galway, worsted, color 130
Wraps Per Inch: 6 wpi
Needles: 4mm, US6
Gauge: 4 x 4 in, 10 x 10 cm, 28 st, 34 rows
Pattern: Cartridge-Belt Rib
Stitch Count Repeat: Multiple of 4 stitches
Book: A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns
Page: 21
Knit by: Juju

17 Responses to “Cartridge-Belt Rib”

  1. Cartridge-Belt Rib « knittingjuju Says:

    […] a quick extra note about cartridge-belt rib, a wonderful stitch pattern by Barbara Walker from her second […]

  2. Nicole Says:

    Oh, I like this – the green really makes it pop! Great swatch!

  3. Chris Says:

    Nice – that’s one I have to remember!

  4. jujuridl Says:

    I’m quite smitten with it, because it’s so unbelievably easy, an easy pattern to “read” while you’re doing it, and just a great stitch for collars and ribs when you don’t want them to pull in too much. I’m thinking of working a horizontal jacket in this stuff some day. The fabric would be really warm.

  5. missbitesalot Says:

    it’s funny, seeing this one upside down like this it looks just like crochet :P

  6. jujuridl Says:

    Yipes! Great catch. It’s right-side up now.

    But turn it on its side, and you’re right, it looks a lot like single crochet rib. Except, of course, much more stretchy, much thinner, much less yarn.

  7. Julie Says:

    Beautiful stitch pattern! I love the definition.

  8. luvs2knit Says:

    It looks great and the color you used really makes the stitches pop.

  9. helloyarn Says:

    This is lovely, and what a wonderful color!

  10. Cartridge-Belt Rib Socks « knittingjuju Says:

    […] the cartridge-belt rib stitch pattern for the cuff to make these knit-to-fit socks for my DD. Used Claudia Hand Painted on 0’s. […]

  11. Carol Mello Says:

    This swatch shows that it is more attractive than it looks in the book. Misti Alpaca has a free scarf pattern that uses this stitch (pattern instruction calls the stitch Eve’s Rib) which I am making in rose. I am a newish knitter and it really is easy to knit this stitch — good for knitting while TV watching. I think I need a green one!

  12. Diana Troldahl Says:

    I’m working on a scarf in this stitch right now (double strand of Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino). There is a small errata in the pattern.
    For row 2, it says “end sl 1, k1” and should read “end sl1 wyif, k1”
    Lovely pattern, lovely project blog!

  13. sandrar Says:

    Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. :) Cheers! Sandra. R.

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  15. jejee Says:

    How to get ur pattern for free thanks

  16. Spunknit Says:

    Jejee, these are not free patterns. However it can be found in the book mentioned above. You can usually find these Treasuries at your local library. Hope that helps!

  17. Elliria Says:

    Any idea how to increase or decrease this texture? I’ve tried various ways with less than glorious success and would love to know how it’s done.

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