Väga võimalik, et see on niigi teada. Nt olen ühes eesti raamatus näinud niisugust mustrit, kus üks silmus on parempidine, teine patentsilmus. Ei ole ise nii kudunud, aga pildi järgi ei tundunud kuigi reljeefne. Aga vaatame nüüd seda.
It is quite possible that the whole thing is well-known anyway. For instance, I have seen in an Estonian knitting book such a pattern where one stitch is in stockinette and the next is a patent stitch. I have never knittid this but the fabric did not seem very textured in the picture. But let us look at this now.
On the first glance looks like half-patent (p1, yo, slip next stitch, in wrong side row k 1 and p patent st together with yo). But this is not the case. Please observe the wrong side.
This is something that reminds of so-called broken rib stitch. This is done as follows: in the first row, k across, back row k1, p1. In my case it is almost the same: in the right side row, k1, yo, s1, wrong side k1, p patent stitch together with yo. Looks nice on both sides.