[COLOR="#300090"]When knitting ribbing in the round, I just follow the stitches of the first round and knit the knits and purl the purls. I think that works with working flat, also.
If you had followed that rule, then you would have spotted the extra stitch at the end of the first round. You could then have made the center front or back rib three sts wide. Nothing like taking an error and making it part of the pattern.
Of course, right now I have a dropped stitch several rows back. :doh: It looks like an extra wide purl bar right across the knit stitch behind it. :think:
I guess it's time to drop a ladder down and rescue that stitch. :oops:
Or :think: I could make the same mistake again and again.