The Pathways Dishcloth Crochet Pattern and organic cotton yarn -
I created three pattern sizes for the cloth and included a pattern for the matching hand towel. This pattern is available through my profile link. -
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I have finished 1/3 of my projects: The Virus Shawl
It’s currently blocking and this picture does not do the color any justice. I used almost exactly three skeins of Lion Brand Heartland in Cuyahoga Valley. To finish the shawl I did a row of single crochet after the last repeat row and since I couldn’t figure out any other edging I repeated the last row of one dc, one chain. I also went along the top with a single crochet row just to give the chain spaces more structure.
Also in honor of NaKniCroMo I tried my hand at blocking for the first time! I bought my materials off of Amazon and started with a different shawl I made with Lion Brand Heartland, this time in the color Yosemite. After that I blocked a table runner I made out of kitchen cotton yarn that really needed to be blocked since it would never sit flat on the table. I’m really happy with both of these projects.
P.S apparently blocking squares also make good cat houses!
Feminine cardigan attracts the attention of not only the harmonious and romantic combination of colors, but a clever openwork motifs.
DIMENSIONS 34 (40/42) 48
YOU’LL NEED Yarn (88% cotton, 12% polyamide; 140 m/50 g) - 300 (350) 450 g purple 100 g color. lavender; spokes number 5; circular needles №4,5.
PATTERNS AND DIAGRAMS GARTER KNIT
Series in forward and reverse direction: the front and purl rows - facial hinge.
Circular rows: alternately 1 circular row of front, 1 circular number wrong.
OPENWORK PATTERN A The number of loops multiple of 13 + 2 edge = knit approx. scheme 1. On the front ranks. In the back ranks of all the loops and nakida purl. Between the edge constantly repeat rapport and 1 - 24th series. THE SEQUENCE OF PATTERNS AND COLORS A * 24 row openwork pattern And purple thread 4 rows of garter viscous thread color. lavender 24 row openwork pattern In a lilac thread 4 rows of garter viscous thread color. lavender * constantly repeat.
THE MIX OF PATTERNS * 13 p. openwork pattern A, 13 p. openwork pattern, * constantly repeat.
THE SEQUENCE OF PATTERNS AND COLOURS B 72 number of combination patterns of purple thread, 4 rows of garter viscous thread color. lavender 24 row openwork pattern And purple thread 4 rows of garter viscous thread color. lavender = all 104 series.
GUM 2 alternately face, 2 purl.
DENSITY KNITTING Х29 p. 18 p. = 10 x 10 cm. THE EXECUTION OF THE WORK BACK
Thread color. lavender dial on the spokes 80 (93) 106 loops for strap tie 1 cm = 3 rows of garter viscous, starting with 1 purl row.
To continue the work of the ACC. sequence patterns and colors A.
Through 44 cm = 128 rows (40 cm = 116 rows) 36 cm = 104 row from plank to add to start the sleeves on both sides 1 x 1 n, then every 2nd row 4 x 1 n. ACC. the pattern, then in every 2nd row to gain a 2 x 2 p 1 x 4 p. and to include in the pattern = 106 (119) 132 p.
After 60 cm = 174 number of straps close to the shoulder bevel on both sides 1 x 3 (4) 4 STS, then every 2nd row 4 x 3 p and 4 p. 3 x (7 x 4 p) 3 x 4 and 4 x p. 5 p.
Simultaneously through 64 cm = 186 rows from plank to close for neck medium 38 (41) 44 p. and both sides finish separately.
To fillet on the inner edge close in the next 2-m row 1 x 3 p
Through 65.5 cm = 190 rows from plank to close the remaining 4 (4) 5 p. shoulders.
BEFORE Knit like the back, but for a deeper neckline already through 62 cm = 180 rows from plank to close averages 36 (39) 42 p., then every 2nd row 1 x 2 and 2 x p. 1 p.
SLEEVES Thread color. lavender dial on the needles for each sleeve for 41 (54) 67 loops for strap tie 1 cm = 3 rows of garter viscous, starting with 1 purl row.
Then, between edge to continue the work of the ACC. sequence patterns and colours B.
After 36 cm = 104 number of strips close all the loops.
ASSEMBLY Perform shoulder seams.
For strap purple thread dial on circular needles along the edge of the cap 100 (108) 116 loops and tie 2.5 cm elastic band with lilac thread and 4 circular series of garter viscous thread color. lavender. Then close all the loops facial.
To sew sleeves, perform side seams and seams of sleeves.
So that hat came out… well, not great, but not a complete disaster either. Salvagable, perhaps. Anyway, it turned out it isn’t that difficult and it didn’t take too long either, so I decided to just keep going for a bit.
This is going to be roughly 1/6 scale, I think. I didn’t measure, just did multiples of the pattern, but I’ve got so many dolls I’ll always find someone who can wear it. 1mm needles and the thinnest yarn I could find in a bag of thrifted scraps (I think it’s embroidery floss?). I thought thin cotton yarn would be inflexible and dificult to work with, but it has this shiny, treated surface (mercerized?) that makes it very cooperative. Anyway, we’ll see how it goes.
(Side note: when you teach children to knit, don’t give them wooden needles and scratchy, all-natural wool yarn. That’s for experts! Give them something soft and artificial so they have a sporting chance.)
Today I went to a Wool and the Gang knitting party at the Royal Festival Hall, London. Here is the Tender Loving Clutch bag in progress. There were three levels of stitch to choose from. I chose the diagonal stitch, requiring lots of concentration!
so here is this pizza baby blanket that my mom is selling. it’s 30 inches across, completely hand crocheted, and made of cotton and acrylic yarn. she’s selling it for $40 + shipping, so dm me or send me an ask if interested!