How to Knit the Farrow Rib Stitch
Looking for a simple rib stitch variation that's easy to work? The Farrow Rib Stitch is the pattern you need!
Looking for a simple knit-and-purl combination stitch that's a breeze for beginners? The farrow rib stitch is just the technique you've been looking for. This simple rib variation brings traditional stockinette-based ribbing and the always exciting seed stitch together in one beautiful pattern.
Not only is this stitch simple to work, but it's a two-row repeat stitch, which makes it very easy to memorize. You'll practically be knitting this pattern in your sleep! Give it a try, and you'll also notice that it has some really nice texture that makes this so much more than just a boring old rib stitch.
- Knitting needles
CO a multiple of 3 sts plus 1
Row 1 (RS): K2, * p1, k2, repeat from * until you have two stitches remaining, p1, k1
Row 2 (WS): * P1, k2, repeat from * until you have one stitch remaining, p1
Repeat these rows until your fabric has reached your desired length.
Note: It will take a few repeats of this pattern for the full texture to really appear on the fabric itself.
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