Friday, June 26, 2009


Welcome To Scrap Bag Knitting - RibALong
A Knit Along Started with OUTTA SCRAPS...sCrapBagKnitting
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Supplies: Scrap Yarn - I'm using Worsted Weight sCraps...If you have Non-sCrap...Go WithIt.
Bond Knitting Frame with #4 Plate
US#8 Needles - 14 inch or Circulars
2 Stitch Markers - Optional

As pictured, the BabyBACKrib section is knitted via 'Bonda' Bond Knitting Frame.
Bonders follow the BONDERS Instructions and Others the NEEDLERS Instructions.
Here We Go!!

1. With WastesCrap Cast on 80 Stitches and work 4 rows.
2. Knit 60 rows....Change Colors as sCraps will complete a row.
(ends will be seamed in sides of bag - no need to weave in ...Yipee!)
3. With WastesCrap work 4 rows and remove from frame.
4. Pick up last row of stitches onto #8 Needles and remove 4 rows of waste sCrap.
End on Wrong Side

1. With First Choice of sCrap yarn...cast on 80 stitches on #8 Needles.
2. Knit 60 rows of Stockinette Stitch (Knit 1 Row-RightSide)(Purl 1 Row-WrongSide) or for MoreBoredum throw in a row or two of Whatever! Don't Ya Wish Ya HadABond?
3. Change Colors as sCraps will complete a row (ends will be seamed in sides of bag- no need to weave in....Yipee!)
End on Wrong Side Row


SuKnitRib#1 done in sCrapPurple Sauce
#1 Double Eyelet Rib

The Knit 4 (Rows 1,3) and Purl 4 (Rows 2,4) at start and end of every row - makes seam edge.

Key: k-knit, p-purl, k2tog-knit 2 stitches together, yf-yarn in front, sl- slip stitch knitwise, psso-pass slip stitch over last knitted stitch, pm- place marker.

On Right Side ...

Row 1. K4, pm, p2, *k5, p2: rep from * to last 4 stitches, pm, k4.
Row 2. P4, k2, *p5, k2; rep from * to last 4 stitches, p4.
Row 3. K4, p2, *k2tog, yf, k1, yf, sl 1, k1, psso, p2; rep from * to last 4 sts, k4.
Row 4. P4, k2, *p5, k2; rep from * to last 4 stitches, p4.

Pretty TastEZ Ribs, Huh? So, if you Like Em.....Dip your #8's in the sCrapSauce and repeat the 4 Row Pattern 2 more times to have about 2 3/4 inches (ProfAnada Gauge). End with Row 1 or 2...which ever will prepare you to start #2 Ribs on Right Side.
Still hungry? Knit some more...but remember...there are more ribs with different sauces.
So Save Room!
Next Rib Recipe #2 is sooooo TastEZ and fun to DO! Ya'll Come Back!

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1 comment:

  1. If I wait much longer for #4 Ribs, I may forget what I am doing (talk about a senior attitude). Lpotts