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How to knit into the stitch below for fisherman’s rib

This page has moved on … but don’t worry, you can find the tutorial on my new website at this link

http://fluffandfuzz.weebly.com/2/post/2014/03/how-to-knit-into-the-stitch-below-and-knit-a-fishermans-rib-scarf.html

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7 Comments

  1. Irene Thibodeau

    Thank you for the pattern and the great tutorial! This is the first time I have clearly understood knitting in the stitch below. Your photos clearly show exactly the steps for the stitch. Your wording is clear and easily understood. I am so glad I am on your email list! Looking forward to more tips, tutorials and projects.

    • mary beaty

      Mary Beaty: January 19, 2013 at 7:27 pm
      Just wanted to say thank you for the above “Fisherman’s rib pattern: loved it and am very appreciative of finding a web site that came to my rescue. Very clear instructions and photos. Cant thank you enough. So very grateful and looking forward to joining you.

  2. Candy

    Hi- especially come back to the site to thank you for your time and generosity to share this tutorial. I have read a few others on web but still cant get it until i was here. I have started a few inches now, it came out perfectly except the tension of the loops varies somehow, yet i am sure it will get better soon after some practice. thank you once again.

  3. Maria Aquilina

    I too tried it and will soon finish the scarf on time to give it as an Easter present.Thanks.Look forward for more simple patterns.

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