Corrugated Rib on the Knitting Machine

Hand knitters work a 2 color ribbing alternating the colors in the knit and purl stitches. Often used with stranded (fairisle) knitting, the results are beautiful!

Because of the nature of our knitting machines, we can't work this exactly like hand knitters, but take a look at our newest tutorial "Corrugated Rib on the Knitting Machine"

With hand manipulation and a basic understanding of your machine, you can incorporate this technique in your next project.


Posted by Sue Jalowiec on 08/03/2015 at 10:50 PM | Categories: Stitch Techniques -

2 Comments

Morag Walker

Morag Walker wrote on 08/05/15 1:50 PM

Would this work with Card 3 locked on row 1? ~~~~ Yes, this would take care of the needle selection on the main bed, but you'll still need to select the needles on the ribber ~~~~
Beatrice Kennedy

Beatrice Kennedy wrote on 08/05/15 2:52 PM

I have 3 Knitting machines at the present time all standing idle, and have decided to put them back into production, just so as I don't forget how to use them.

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