The heart ribbing stitch pattern is so pretty! It looks like stacked hearts on a reverse stockinette background. This is the perfect stitch pattern for adding a bit of femininity to a garment.
You could use it anywhere you would have used a regular ribbing, or you could make a whole sweater or blanket with this stitch. Your imagination is the only limit here 🙂
So grab some yarn and knitting needles and let us dive right in!
Heart ribbing knitting stitch pattern
This stitch pattern is built on a 3+2 ribbing stitch and it actually looks a lot harder than it is!
(If you like to learn from video, I’ve got you covered. You find it below the pattern!)
This pattern is knitted flat
Cast on in multiples of 5+2
Foundation: Knit 3+2 ribbing for 4 rows
Row 1: P2 *K3, P2, * repeat *–* until the end of the row
Row 2: K2 *P3, K2* repeat *–* until the end of the row
Repeat rows 1 and 2 once more (this is your 4 rows of 3+2 ribbing)
Row 1: P2, *pull up a loop through the knit stitch in the middle, four rows down, K3, pull up a loop through the same stitch once more, P2* repeat *–* until the end of the row
Row 2: K2 *slip the loop wot yarn in front, purl three, slip the loop with yarn in front, K2* repeat *–* until the end of the row
Row 3: P2 *slip the loop with the yarn in back, K1, pass the slipped loop over, K1, knit the next stitch together with the loop, P2* repeat *–* until the end of the row
Row 4: K2 *P3, K2* repeat *–* until the end of the row
Keep repeating pattern rows 1 to 4.
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