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Ah, the wonderful rib! Handsomely handy, sweetly stretchy for sweater cuffs and hems! But there are so many fabulous variations on ribs. Barbecue, Teriyaki...okay, now I’m getting hungry.
Back to knitted ribs: they are delightfully squishy. They make nifty, nubbly textures. They are classic, and in a class by themselves.
Rib-It! A Knit Sampler Throw, Part 1 is a collection of 6 easy block patterns. (One is not pictured here due to limitations on Etsy. Go to my blog at https://yarninyarnout.blogspot.com/2017/01/free-pattern-rib-it-january-block-of.html to see more.)
If you can knit and purl, you can make these blocks! You only need to know how to cast on, knit, purl, and bind off.
The entire Rib-it! collection will be arriving throughout 2017 in several parts. The patterns range in skill level from easy to advanced, and they will be published in groups according to skill level. This first collection is the easiest one.
I will offer one block pattern for free each month in 2017 on my blog. Here's the link for the first freebie:
You can choose just to do the freebies, but to get all the patterns, purchase the collection.
Finished block size: 8 inches square, with directions for how to make larger or smaller sizes.
About 100 yds. worsted weight yarn per square
#7 knitting needles
Optional: stitch markers
Gauge: 4.5 sts per inch in stockinette
The PDF will be available for digital download as soon as your payment clears.
This copyrighted pattern is my design. If you make it to give away or sell, please credit me for the design, and please direct people to YIYOdesigns for legal copies of the pattern. Purchase of this pattern means you agree to: have fun with it, avoid frogging unless it's absolutely necessary, and feel free to email me if you have questions or problems.
NOTE: If "SOLD" appears in the listing, don't fret. I just have to renew the listing. I have infinite ability to send PDFs.
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