The BROKEN RIB pattern is fairly easy, with only 4 rows (2 of which are k rows). Because of this, is very easy to lose track of which row your suppose to knit 🙂
So pay attention, and have fun!
PS: You can add this pattern to your Ravelry library by clicking HERE.
In case you wonder, “Herringbone” is a V-shaped pattern usually found in tweed fabrics and wooden floors. It’s similar to the “Chevron” pattern but, if you look closely you will note that the zig-zag lines are broken in Herringbone. The pattern owes its name to the herring fish, to whose skeleton it resembles.