This rib stitch pattern has only one row pattern to knit. Although, it's as not easy as it seems. It's a little more challenging for beginner knitters to have to do the knit 2 together to the back loops and to pick up and knit the horizontal strains. I would advice using non metallic needles to knit this pattern because it would make it much easier during the increase stitches. Metallic needles are more slippery and make it harder to knit, especially when trying to knit into the back of a pick up strain.
Multiple of 4 + 2
Row 1: K1, *k2tog tbl, pick up horizontal strand of yarn lying between stitch just worked and next st and knit into back of it, p2; rep from * to last st, k1.
Repeat this row.
Abbreviations Used In This Corded Rib Pattern;
k = knit
k2tog tbl = knit 2 stitches together through back loops
p = purl