Tag Archives: ribbing

A New Project – and a ribbing question

I’ve started knitting myself a new jumper. I’m using the lovely alpaca yarn that so spectacularly failed to turn into a double knitted jacket and I’ve reverted to the same principles that I did for my son’s ribbed jumper. I … Continue reading

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Chunky Ribbed Body Warmer – a Pattern

I don’t think it’s possible to have too many short jackets to keep your upper body warm but leave your arms free to do things. Autumn is the perfect season for this sort of clothing and chunky yarn and ribbing … Continue reading

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A Promise Kept and more Knitting Ribbing

Ladies and Gentlemen – the day has finally dawned (and believe me it is a Red Letter Day in my calendar) when I can reveal my finished design for my son’s jumper. It has been a road filled with bumps, … Continue reading

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Knitting in Ribbing – what are your options?

Ribbing. Perhaps the second most maligned of stitches after garter stitch. Ribbing is the stitch that comes right at the beginning of the pattern that stands between you and getting on with the fun part. Or perhaps at the end when … Continue reading

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