Zigzag Ribbon Stitch

Zigzag Ribbon Stitch

Yarn: Sugar and Cream Cotton, Buttercream Ombre
Needles: US 8 Bamboo
Gauge: 16 stitches and 20 rows over 4 inches
Pattern: Zigzag Ribbon Stitch
Stitch Count Repeat: Multiple of 10 sts
Book: A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns
Page: 123

Knit by: shb1

I chose this yarn because Ms Walker suggests that, “it is interesting when a variegated yarn is used.”

7 Responses to “Zigzag Ribbon Stitch”

  1. Emilee Says:

    Wow, that looks really neat. I think the variegation even helps show off the differently slanting stitches.

  2. Anastacia Says:

    I love the fact that you used cotton – it’s a great idea for these gauge swatches, because afterwards you can use it as a dishcloth!

  3. Karrie Says:

    I love this stitch pattern – great job! Definitely going onto my list of favorites.

  4. Suzanne Says:

    It’s gorgeous! I’d also like to see it in a solid color, just to see how the pattern would “pop.” Thanks for such a lovely swatch! :)

  5. editorgrrl Says:

    The variegated yarn makes it look like one of those optical illusions where lines only appear to be wavy.

  6. Dianne B Says:

    I have used this to make socks, it is very effective

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