Dish Cloth Knitting Pattern for Home Decor Set, Dishcloth, Facecloth, Placemat, with Centre out Construction, Easy Knits for the Home

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Dish Cloth Knitting Pattern for Home Decor Set, Dishcloth, Facecloth, Placemat, with Centre out Construction, Easy Knits for the Home

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Linen, Cotton, Knitting Needles, Stitch Markers, Darning Needle

I call this my “Stop-when-you-want-to“ Housewarming Pattern Part 2 because it starts in the centre, and increases in size until you get to the finished size that you like, (or until you run out of yarn), gauge really isn't an issue with this pattern. I'm getting 5.5 stitches and 9 rows per inch with the combination of yarn and needles that I've chosen, but the "centre out" construction means you can choose any brand of yarn and use one of the recommended needle sizes on the label, and get the exact same results. Just knit until you get to the size you like, then bind off!

A little while ago, I wrote the pattern that this pattern is continued from. It featured a mitred square that had one mitre, and worked from the corner out. It's my go-to pattern for so many reasons, but, I felt that there are just sometimes you need a square and a rectangle, and so, I kept writing until part 2 emerged.

The circular construction means it launders well without warping shape or changing dimensions like most things knit side-to-side in a rectangular fashion. It stays nice and square, and if shrinkage happens, it happens proportionately. It looks great on both sides, it's easy to memorize, and it's an easy to manipulate, customizable pattern.

It starts with the garter stitch and a square shape, but with a few variations, a formula, and finishing options, the possibilities are endless. You definitely won't get bored knitting these up.

This Listing is for the knitting pattern, and as a bonus, it comes with 10 variations, and instructions for 5 finishing techniques, and 2 shapes = Endless possibilities.

The pdf is publishing industry quality in 13 pages, with more than 30 full colour photos.

Use this pattern to knit more than kitchen items: change the yarn and fibre content, and it becomes a baby blanket, or a spa set. It’s neither masculine nor feminine looking so you have a go-to pattern for everyone from babies to college students to new brides. It uses those little extra tricks you've learned along your knitting path that really give a "finished-expert" feel to even your easiest and smallest projects.

Materials:
2 fixed circular needles long enough to accommodate the size of your intended project. The diameter of needle should be one of the recommended sizes on the label of the yarn you’ll be using. Choose a yarn suitable for the intended use (i.e; cotton for dishcloths). 
I used Knit Picks CotLin “Moroccan Red, Conch, Planetarium & Raindrop” and two #6 (4.0 mm) 16” fixed cable needles.

You'll also need 7 stitch markers of 1 colour, and 2 additional stitch markers in alternate colours.

For free patterns and to sign up for my newsletter, visit www.mettacreative.ca
I call this my “Stop-when-you-want-to“ Housewarming Pattern Part 2 because it starts in the centre, and increases in size until you get to the finished size that you like, (or until you run out of yarn), gauge really isn't an issue with this pattern. I'm getting 5.5 stitches and 9 rows per inch with the combination of yarn and needles that I've chosen, but the "centre out" construction means you can choose any brand of yarn and use one of the recommended needle sizes on the label, and get the exact same results. Just knit until you get to the size you like, then bind off!

A little while ago, I wrote the pattern that this pattern is continued from. It featured a mitred square that had one mitre, and worked from the corner out. It's my go-to pattern for so many reasons, but, I felt that there are just sometimes you need a square and a rectangle, and so, I kept writing until part 2 emerged.

The circular construction means it launders well without warping shape or changing dimensions like most things knit side-to-side in a rectangular fashion. It stays nice and square, and if shrinkage happens, it happens proportionately. It looks great on both sides, it's easy to memorize, and it's an easy to manipulate, customizable pattern.

It starts with the garter stitch and a square shape, but with a few variations, a formula, and finishing options, the possibilities are endless. You definitely won't get bored knitting these up.

This Listing is for the knitting pattern, and as a bonus, it comes with 10 variations, and instructions for 5 finishing techniques, and 2 shapes = Endless possibilities.

The pdf is publishing industry quality in 13 pages, with more than 30 full colour photos.

Use this pattern to knit more than kitchen items: change the yarn and fibre content, and it becomes a baby blanket, or a spa set. It’s neither masculine nor feminine looking so you have a go-to pattern for everyone from babies to college students to new brides. It uses those little extra tricks you've learned along your knitting path that really give a "finished-expert" feel to even your easiest and smallest projects.

Materials:
2 fixed circular needles long enough to accommodate the size of your intended project. The diameter of needle should be one of the recommended sizes on the label of the yarn you’ll be using. Choose a yarn suitable for the intended use (i.e; cotton for dishcloths). 
I used Knit Picks CotLin “Moroccan Red, Conch, Planetarium & Raindrop” and two #6 (4.0 mm) 16” fixed cable needles.

You'll also need 7 stitch markers of 1 colour, and 2 additional stitch markers in alternate colours.

For free patterns and to sign up for my newsletter, visit www.mettacreative.ca


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