Big 10 Knit-a-Long: (Mostly) Ridge Rib Afghan Block


(Mostly) Ridge Rib Afghan Block

This afghan block features the stitch pattern from my free (Mostly) Ridge Rib socks. On the reverse it just looks ribbed.

You'll need: US Size 7 needles or size needed to achieve gauge of 5 sts = 1 inch; Worsted weight acrylic yarn. Finished size should be 7” x 9”.
 Cast on 32 stitches
Row 1:  (k2, p2) across the row
Row 2: (k2, p2) across the row
Row 3: purl all stitches
Row 4: (k2, p2) across the row
Row 5: (k2, p2) across the row
Row 6: knit all stitches

Repeat these 6 rows until piece measures approximately 9 inches. Bind off. Weave in ends.

This will be the last afghan block this year! Stay tuned for word on sewing up parties (I'm hoping that KnitOasis HQ will be rebuilt and ready!) and more info about how the year-long knit-a-long wrap up! If you're just joining us, it's not too late to churn out some blocks for blankets for our charity, the Carolina Youth Development Center. More details and previous patterns here.