Thursday, October 07, 2010

Two New Patterns!

Hi Knitters,
I finally have my Summer Camp Cloth Series 2 up and available! I am pretty excited about this grouping. These beautifully crafted cloths make a lovely gift set for anyone in your life. The cloths are named after places in beautiful Northern Wisconsin.


Click here for my online shop to purchase the Summer Camp Cloth Series 2 pattern! Remember if you order through my online shop I personally send out all pdf patterns via email with as an attachment. Please be patient as I try to get all orders sent as quickly as possible.
Here is some information you might like to know about this next installment of cloths:
Finished measurements:
All 4 of the cloths measure as squares between 7 ¼ and 8-inches
Needles: US size 5 or size to obtain gauge
Gauge: 5 stitches per inch in stockinette stitch (exact gauge is not necessary, just measure to make a square)
Yarn: Blue Sky Alpacas Skinny Cotton (100% organically grown cotton; 65 grams/150 yards), 1 skein each in Glacier #301, Clay #31, Birch #30 and Sprout #303
Materials:
Yarn needle
Scissors
Tape Measure or ruler
The second pattern is one that TC helped design. This sweet little baby hat is called the Chunky Mochi Baby Hat and it is a really quick knit for sizes 0-6 months. The hat only takes one skein of the Chunky Mochi (48 yards) and is knit up at 3.5 stitches per inch on size 9 needles. You can whip this up in no time at all and have an adorable baby gift at the ready.


Click here to purchase the pattern in my online shop! The pattern is sent by me via email as an attached pdf.

Oh, and if you are interested here is the link for my Ravelry pattern shop in general.

Thanks! If you order I hope you enjoy these fun and new little knits.
best, susie

7 comments:

Lucy said...

How do you do it? With all the S&C knitting, magazines, books and etc, and you still have time to do more designs? Superwoman!

Judi A. said...

Like mother like daughter! So nice to see TC's development of her talent and your encouragement and enjoyment of it as well!! :-) Her hat is exactly what I was looking for just this morning for a gift for a first-time grandmother of an expected grandson in January during the cold winter of Michigan. I had tagged the "frenchie" hat in "itty-bitty nursery" but have now changed to TC's hat. It's perfect. Love it!:-)

lapdogknits said...

As always, love your pictures and patterns. You continue to inspire with your seemly endless supply of talents....have a great weekend.

Denise Cole said...

I bought the hat pattern as soon as I saw your blog post, I have been looking for a cute/funky hat for my baby daughter who is almost 7 months old... Now that I read the pattern I am worried it will be too small for her noggin... could you give me some advice on how I could make it bigger? Larger needles, more cast on stitches?

I love, love, love your designs... Bravo to TC as well.

Susan said...

denise, you could easily make the hat bigger by adding stitches in increments of 8 stitches and use the same decrease. also, you could use bigger needles if you want to try that. you will need more yarn and will need to add an inch or more in the length before you start the decrease.

Denise Cole said...

Thanks Susan!! Casting on now :)

Lulu said...

lovely hat, as usual..