Right, so double moss stitch despite it's simplicity is a very attractive pattern, it's also slightly less work intensive than other broken rib patterns as it's based off a 2x2 rib, so you're only changing yarn positions every other stitch as opposed to every stitch.
From a distance, double moss appears as a series of lumpy squares.
Up close you can easily see the purl nubs and the knit dips.
Swatch is as follows - 4 Ply - 2.5mm needles - 32st x 52st - Double Loop CON - Surprisingly Stretchy COFF - worked flat
As said earlier very similar to moss stitch but the base for the broken rib is a 2x2 ribbing instead of a 1x1
CON multiple of 4 st
Rows 1 & 2: *K2,P2*
Rows 3 & 4: *P2,K2*
As before working in the round is exactly the same (still CON multiple of 4st) but the break happens on rows 1 and 3 instead of 2 and 4.
Pretty similar to yesterday, so this swatch should be a pinch for all! Happy Knitting :)