Sunday, February 08, 2009

Shamrock Washcloth Pattern

Hi Knitters,
The new Shamrock Washcloth is up and available for purchase. It is the perfect little St. Patrick's Day gift. The two in the photo above are knit in Crystal Palace Cotton Chenille. They are extra squishy and soft, perfect for a child or baby washcloth.
The Shamrock washcloth above is knit up in Sugar-n-Cream cotton. This one is sturdy enough for the kitchen.
Pattern information:
Finished size:
10 inches by 10 inches
Yarn:
Crystal Palace Cotton Chenille in Pistachio #1208 and Fern #4043 (the 1rst and 3rd photos) any shades of green will work great!
or 
Sugar-n-Cream Cotton in Hot Green #18712 and Key Lime Pie #19713 (the 2nd photo) any shades of green or variegated will work great!
Needles:
US size 6 for the Cotton Chenille
US size 7 for the Sugar-n-Cream
Gauge:
4 stitches per inch in stockinette stitch
Skills needed:
cast on
knit stitch
kfb
ssk
k2tog
pick up stitches along an edge (This is the only additional skill required above the skills needed to make the Sweetheart Washcloth and I will do a demonstration of this soon for anyone interested)
Crochet edging is optional and uses a chain, single crochet and slip stitch.
Level:
Easy if you know how to do the skills listed above! 

The construction is simple. You knit the stem and the center top leaf. Then you pick up stitches along the right and left sides of the stem to knit the other two leaves the same as the first. It's repetitive. That's it! You can do it!

If you would like to purchase the Shamrock Washcloth Pattern please click on the "Buy Now" button below. The cost is $3.50. Please allow a little time for me to email the pdf file of the pattern to you. I try to get to all orders as quickly as possible: )

If you like the Shamrock Washcloth pattern you may also like the Sweetheart Washcloth.
best, susie






6 comments:

Betz White said...

Oh oh oh! I know what your new idea is! You are going to continue to knit every marshmallow shape that comes in Lucky Charms Cereal!

Am I right? You should totally do that. :)

Susan said...

Betz! It's going to be lucky charms all the time now: ) Who needs anything more?
That's good.
susan

Larraine said...

Speaking of marshmallows...Peeps for Easter? :)

Jimberlys said...

Wow....I was just searching Ravelry for Peeps patterns..... What do you think Susan?

Villblomsten said...

Very Beautiful !!!

Greetings from Norway :-)

debby said...

great pattern - great giveaway!!

thanks! & it'll be fun seeing what else gets developed