Traveling Rib


Yarn: Lion Brand Cotton
Wraps Per Inch: 8 wpi
Needles: US 3s/3.25 mm
Gauge: 16 sts=1″
Pattern: Arrows
Stitch Count Repeat: Multiple of 7 sts
Book: A Fourth Treasury of Knitting Patterns
Page: 180
Comments: The pattern is pretty much the same from front to back; the direction of the mock rib changes from front to back.

Knit by: Victoria Eiland



5 Responses to “Traveling Rib”

  1. Karen Says:

    The yarn and lighting and even-ness of your tension highlight this stitch quite nicely. Thank you!

  2. Shirley Paterson Says:

    I use this pattern often in scarves and just finished
    a pullover for my dil who needed a bit of stretch in the hips but not in the top. I didn’t put a rib pattern on the bottom and made the sweater like a tunic. it worked beautifully- there is a good amount of stretch widthwise when you use this pattern but it reverts back to regular size unless needed — it really worked well.

  3. sue Says:

    it looks really lovely pattern and I am trying to knit my son a cricket jumper, this would be a lovely section. please could you explain how I do it?

  4. maria castillo Says:

    Esta muy bonito, gracias por compartir, como consigo el patrón

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