Baby Cable & Garter Ridges - How to knit
The Baby Cable & Garter Ridge is a simple cable stitch that creates an interesting pattern with loads of texture. It's worked in multiples of 25 stitches and uses a Cable 4 Front stitch to add interest. It creates a lovely dense fabric that would be a great stitch pattern to use for a sweater, hat, scarf or a blanket.
There is a chart below for reference, as well as a video link to help you.
Materials needed (listed below is what I used to create the sample of the stitch pattern)
Paintbox Yarns Simply DK yarn in color Light Grey (#104), approximately 20 yds
Stitches and abbreviations used
RS: Right side
St(s): Stitch (es)
C4F: Cable 4 Front - slip next 2 sts from left hand needle to cable needle, hold to front, k2 from left hand needle, k2 from cable needle
WS: Wrong side
X: Times (example: 3x = 3 times)
To help minimize the gap of the cable, I give a light tug on the stitch afterward to close it up a bit
Row 1 (RS): *P9, k4, p12; rep * to end
Row 2 (WS): *[P3, k1] 3x, p4, k1, [p3, k1] 2x; rep * to end
Row 3: *[P1, k3] 2x, p1, c4f, [p1, k3] 3x; rep * to end
Row 4: As row 2
Repeat rows 1-4 to desired length.
I hope you enjoyed learning this stitch as much as I did. Please tag me @handmadebystacyj when posting on social media - I'd love to see your makes!
💕 Stacy J
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