Rice Stitch

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Most of you probably have special plans for today, I don’t. I will be working ALL day today, but that’s okay (I’ll be making some moolah, haha). In celebration of this “holiday,” I made a failed attempt to try to somehow tie it into this week’s stitch pattern. I couldn’t really find any stitches that are heart-like or resembles anything related to Valentine’s Day so I decided to work off of last week’s stitch pattern, the broken rib stitch.

Rice Stitch is a stitch that is found on the reverse side of a broken rib stitch. Most people don’t know about the rice stitch (they only know it as “the beautiful reverse side of the broken rib stitch”). There are a couple of ways you can knit the rice stitch. The most obvious way is to knit the broken rib. Here is the second method:

Rice Stitch

Skill: easy

Row 1 (RS): P1, *K1 tbl, P1; rep from * to end.
Row 2: knit.
Repeat Rows 1 and 2.

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