Gente, mosaic knitting is so much fun. It’s what the Knitmore Girls would call “potato-chippy” (“betcha can’t eat [knit] just one” -- courtesy of Lays). Mosaic knitting is done with two colors in rows of two. I’m going to describe how to do it, but it reads a lot more difficult than it is to do it. You only need to knit, slip, and purl and you need two colors. With one color you knit the row and purl back. On the third row, you start it in a different color. In order to create the pattern, you slip certain stitches from the row below and knit some stitches in the second color. You purl back in the same knit and slip pattern as the row knit below. On the fifth row, you go back to the first color and knit some stitches and slip the stitches in the second color. The pattern becomes visible and it’s so much fun to knit two rows and it becomes harder to knit just one. Here's are a couple of photos closer and what it looks like from the right and wrong sides.