Baby Cable Ribbing is a technique of twisting two stitches to make a mini cable. As seen in the sweater above, Baby Cable Ribbing can be used for an allover sweater stitch. It also can replace regular K2, P2 ribbing, therefore it is well suited to sleeve cuffs and trims.
Instructions for Baby Cable Ribbing
Source:A Treasury of Knitting Patterns by Barbara G. Walker, p. 40. A variation of this stitch can also be found in Harmony Stitch Guide, Vol.2, p.73 - Twisted Cable.
Sweater Details (pattern and yarn available at shop)
2. Centre Panel is the Bamboo Stitch (Stitch Archive October 2005 *click*)
3. Reverse stockinette for sweater back and arms (Right Side - Purl;WS - Knit)
4. Garter stitch for neck (knit every row)
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