When you do any ribbing, the knits are knit and the purls are purled as they face you on the next row.
Sometimes that is hard to see on the first row, so remember that if you end with a purl, start the next row with a knit. If you end with a knit, start the next row with a purl.
In this case, if it's k1p1 all the way across, the next row will be k1p1, as well.
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