You may have noticed I have a slight fascination with the reversible cable rib stitch. Lately, it’s been my go-to stitch for just about everything, from dish and spa cloths to scarves and baby blankets.
What’s not to love? The stitch is easy, reversible and quite versatile, which may explain why I’ve not yet grown tired of it. (I can’t deny it. Sometimes, I have a supremely simple mind.)
Here’s the round up:
As the Breidan baby blanket moves ever so slowly to the point of completion, I find myself fantasizing about the next one. Why? It appears I’m determined to knit through the entire stash one small square or skinny strip at a time.
This is my current sticking point: Should I reprise the Color Check afghan? Or, should I do another Breidan cabled blanket (and build on what I learned doing the first one)?