Taking Requests

Hi
I just wanted to make it known that I am willing to take requests for dishcloth pattern ideas. I am still learning but am willing to try anything at least once. Feel free to post requests here or email me at gimpykatk@aol.com. Please put pattern request in subject line so I can read it right away. And please remember to leave a way foe me to contact you if I am able to create your request.

My camera is not the best so if you make one of the patterns and get a better picture, I'd love to see it and maybe use it as the example photo.

If you are not a knitter and would rather have a finished knitted cloth of any of these patterns I am also glad to knit them up for you. Contact me for prices and shipping, as they may vary depending on the number of cloths ordered.

I have had many comments regarding needle sizes used for my patterns. Unless I specify, feel free to use any size needle you are comfortable with. A picture pattern may show up better with a smaller needle if you are a loose knitter. I am a loose knitter so I tend to us a US 3 or US 4 sized needle. But there is no gauge with a dishcloth and most cloths will use no more that a ball of cotton regardless of needle size.

Thank you for visiting my blog and looking at my first sets of original patterns.

Aunt Kathy

September 27, 2008

Spinkles Lace

Sprinkles Lace Dishcloth






© Kathleen Brundige January 2008

Size 5 needle or whatever you prefer.
1 ball of cotton yarn, solid or multi colored

CO 35
1-5- K1, P1 ACROSS ENDING WITH K1
6- (K1,P1)2X, K1, *(K2TOG, YO)2X, K3, REPEAT FROM *2 more times, (K2TOG, YO)2X, K1, (P1, K1)2X
7- (K1, P1)2X, K27, (P1, K1)2X
8- (K1, P1)2X, K1, *(YO, K2TOG)2X, K3, REPEAT FROM * 2 more times, (YO, K2TOG)2X, K1, (P1, K1)2X
9- (K1, P1)2X, K27, (P1, K1)2X
10- (K1, P1)2X, K4, * (K2TOG, YO)2X, K3, REPEAT FROM * 2 more times, K2, (P1, K1)2X
11- (K1, P1)2X, K27, (P1, K1)2X
12- (K1, P1)2X, K4, * (YO, K2TOG)2X, K3, REPEAT FROM * 2 more times, K2, (P1, K1)2X
13- (K1, P1)2X, K27, (P1, K1)2X
14-17- REPEAT ROWS 6-9
18-20- K1, P1 ACROSS ENDING WITH K1
21-22- (K1, P1)2X, K27, (P1, K1)2X
23- (K1, P1)2X, K1, P25, K1, (P1, K1)2X
24- (K1, P1)2X, K13, P1, K13, (P1, K1)2X
25- (K1, P1)2X, K1, P11, K3, P11, K1, (P1, K1)2X
26- (K1, P1)2X, K11, P5, K11, (P1, K1)2X,
27- (K1, P1)2X, K1, P9, K7, P9, K1, (P1, K1)2X
28- (K1, P1)2X, K10, P7, K10, (P1, K1)2X
29- (K1, P1)2X, K1, P9, K3, P1, K3, P9, K1, (P1, K1)2X
30- (K1, P1)2X, K10, P2, K3, P2, K10, (P1, K1)2X
31- (K1, P1)2X, K1, P25, K1, (P1, K1)2X
32-33- (K1, P1)2X, K27, (P1, K1)2X
34-36- K1, P1 ACROSS ENDING WITH K1
37-48- REPEAT 6-17
49-53- K1, P1 ACROSS ENDING WITH K1
BO

4 comments:

Ann said...

Help. I started this pattern today and row 10 has thrown me for a loop. I can only account for 32 pattern sts and don't know how to knit the other 3. I don't want to mess up the design so haven't done this row. Am at a standstill.
Email is: perkinselizabeth@yahoo.com

Aunt Kathy said...

I have fixed row 10, and am working on a few other typos.

dbdenisebowenphotography said...

So I assume the posted is the corrected version that ms. Perkins was referring to?

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