Broken rib

Cast-on an odd number of stitches
Row 1: k1, *sl1yo, k1; rep from *, sl1yo, sl1 wyif
Row 2, 6, 10: sl1 wyif, *brp1, sl1yo; rep from *, brp1, sl1 wyif
Row 3, 7, 11: k1, *sl1yo, brp1; rep from *, sl1yo, sl1 wyif
Row 4, 8: sl1 wyib *brk1, sl1yo; rep from *, brk1, sl1 wyib
Row 5, 9: k1, *sl1yo, brk1; rep from *, sl1yo, sl1 wyif
Row 12: sl1 wyib *brk1, sl1 wyif; rep from *, brk1, sl1 wyib
Row 13: k1, *k1, sl1yo; rep from *, k1, sl1 wyif
Row 14, 18, 22: sl1 wyif, *sl1yo, brp1; rep from *, sl1yo, sl1 wyif
Row 15, 19, 23: k1, *brp1, sl1yo; rep from *, brp1, sl1 wyif
Row 16, 20: sl1 wyib *sl1yo, brk1; rep from *, sl1yo, sl1 wyib
Row 17, 21: k1, *brk1, sl1yo; rep from *, brk1, sl1 wyif
Row 24: sl1 wyib *sl1 wyif, brk1; rep from *, sl1 wyif, sl1 wyib 
Repeat rows 1-24 
 As I said in the video tutorial you can choose where you want to break the rib, at which height.
If you want to have the height of the broken rib columns from the picture above (6 stitches), knit all 24 rows from the instructions.
Chart for 24 rows repeat or more:
In the chart you can see which rows you have to repeat to have even higher columns. How that works:
1) knit rows 1-4,
2) knit [rows 5-8]  2, 3 or more times 
3) knit rows 9-16 
4) knit [rows 17-20] 2, 3 or more times 
5) finally knit rows 21-24 
This is how you knit to get columns higher than 6 stitches.
If you want shorter columns, you have to skip some of the 24 rows. Read further to learn which ones.
 You can see in the chart under, that for the height of the columns like in the picture above (4 stitches), you have to knit only some of the 24 rows: you knit rows 1-7, 12-19 and 24.
And if you want even shorter columns, like in the picture above (2 stitches high), then you should follow the instructions from the chart below and knit only rows 1-3, 12-15 and 24.

In the pictures below you can see how the pattern looks on the wrong side:
 6 stitches high columns:
 4 stitches high columns:
 2 stitches high columns:

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