Fluted Slipstitch Pattern Featured knit with aabhar

Fluted Slipstitch Pattern | Knit with Aabhar

Pattern Description

Fluted Slipstitch is a textured knitting pattern that is quite similar to ribbing without actually being a rib knitting pattern. It does not behave like a ribbing pattern and is reversible, looking the same on both sides.

The two-row pattern is easy to learn and creates softly rounded columns of fluted slipstitch on both sides of the knitted fabric. As it does not shrink on itself, it is a great pattern idea for scarves.

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Pattern Details

Skill Level

Row Count

Pattern Repeat
(Multiple of 4) + 3

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Instructions for this free knitting pattern are written in US terms. You can also check out other common knit abbreviations

COCast on
RSRight side
slSlip purlwise
st (s)Stitch (es)
WSWrong side
wyifWith yarn in front

Pattern Instructions

CO (Multiple of 4) + 3. For example, you can cast on (5 x 4) + 3 = 23 stitches to knit a sample swatch.

Row 1 (RS):k3, * sl 1 wyif, k3; rep from * to end.
Row 2:k1, * sl 1 wyif, k3; rep from * to last 2 sts, sl 1 wyif, k1.

Repeat these free knitting pattern instructions (2 rows) until you have reached the desired length for your work.

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