I just had to test-knit this interesting twisted rib scarf (pattern later)…it’s a two-row pattern, and I think I’ve knit four rows so far.
Right side has nice raised stitches
Wrong side is flat:
The 2-row pattern (which I copied from AllFreeKnitting) is this:
Number of stitches = multiple of 3 +1, so I started with 29 stitches.
Row 1 (right side): P1, *skip first stitch, knit into back loop of second stitch (leaving stitch on left needle), knit into front of first stitch (removing both stitches from left needle), p1, repeat from * to end of row.
Row 2 (wrong side): K1, *purl into second stitch (leaving stitch on left needle), purl into first stitch (removing both stitches from left needle), k1, repeat from * to end of row.
Can anyone tell, from the photo, which row I’m about to knit next? I thought:it’s Row 1, because the wrong side is facing, but when I knit it, it seems wrong… (it could be that I’m just too tired…got up at 3:30AM and started knitting to calm down, hoping to get back to sleep. But now it’s 5:30 ish…)