Rabbi Cahn's Inauguration Prayer Breakfast message in January of 2013
Friday, January 17, 2014
Sunday, January 5, 2014
To be more specific, it's a combination of 3 stitches plus 1. So, on the first row, you go across with K2, P1, until you get to the end, then there's that extra stitch, which you knit.
The next row begins with P1, then you proceed with the K2, P1 stitches across the rest of the row.
This is called a Farrow Rib pattern and I actually got it from looking at scarf patterns.
For this prayer, or comfort shawl, I simply cast on 105 stitches, using #10 needles and Red Heart With Love yarn.
I had to make the fringe with a different yarn, however.