Monday, October 18, 2010

FALL DISHCLOTH

Picture #1, how to work dropped st into row.
Picture # 2 how to join yarn.





FALL DISHCLOTH


Designed by: Katheryn Garner
10-17-2010

Material: Small amt. of 3 balls of Cotton yarn
Hook: H/ 5.00 mm
Gauge: not important

Size: 8 x 8.5"

Skill: Easy

Colors: A: Camel B. Peppercorn Ombre

Special stitches: Single crochet in one loop of each single crochet through out the pattern. ( the loop always facing you )

Joined new yarn: (Leaving two loops on hook, pull new yarn through with a loop, working tail of new yarn into the row). See Picture # 2
How to work slanted pulled up yarn into row. See Picture #1






Directions:

Rnd: 01. With color A. (Camel ) Ch. 25, turn sc in loop of 2nd ch. st. from hook, and each ch. st. across row. Ch 1, Turn
( 24 sc. on each row through out the pattern) Keep count of each round.


Rnd: 02. Sc. in 1st sc (Back loop facing you), and in each sc. st. across row. Ch. 1 Turn.


Rnd: 03. Sc in 1st sc. ( Front loop facing you) pull up loop in 2nd sc, (two loops on hook) drop color A. ( do not cut yarn ), join color B.
with a loop through the two loops on hook, working over tail of joined color B. sc in next 19 sc, pull up loop in the next st , join color A ( second ball ) with a loop working over the last two sc sts. Ch 1, Turn

Rnd: 04. Sc in 1st sc. pull up a loop in next sc, ( drop color A yarn to back) pull dropped Color B through the two loops on the hook, ( you will notice the pulled up color B will look slanted, with your hook to the right of that slanted st go under that yarn, and through the sc st loop to make your next sc.) Continue sc with color B to within the last 2 sts., drop color B, pull up color A, and sc in the last two sts. Ch 1 turn

Rnd: 05. Continue working each round as round 4 until your cloth measures the length you would like it, or for total from beginning 23 rows.

Rnd: 06: You should be working with color A at the end of round 23.
You can cut Color B here, but leave enough length to weave into cloth. Ch 1, Turn continue with color A across the 24 sc sts. You can cut the 2nd color A at this point, but leave enough yarn to weave into the cloth, Ch 1 turn with working color A, sc in next 23 sts. 3 sc in last st on row, working down the left side facing sc in each end row to the bottom, at the bottom will be your beginning chain row. Work 3 sc in lst ch st. sc in next 22 ch sts, 3 sc in last ch st. Working up the other side, sc in each end row, and 3 sc in first sc at top, sc in each sc across row, sl st to join in 1st sc of 3 sc group. Finish off, work in lose ends.


Hope you enjoy this pattern, it is actually easy to make.
Please do not share a copy of this pattern with any group without my permission. Please link back here.
If you find any errors I am only human.


Katheryn/KrochetGurl
10-18-2010























6 comments:

glor said...

Very pretty, thanks for sharing. Have to add these to my to do!

Thread N Stitches said...

Thank you, hope you enjoy it.
katheryn

Shelley said...

Thank you!!! I can't wait to try this. Always wanted to do this.
Thanks for sharing your designs.

Thread N Stitches said...

Your welcome Shelley. I want to learn to design my own knitted cloth's, but haven't tried yet.
I visited your blog, and love your work.

Heather said...

Pretty pattern! Thank you for stopping by my blog. I'm now a follower. Have a great day! :-)

Thread N Stitches said...

Welcome to my blog Heather. I couldn't find your follow to join the other day, but just visiting I see it is at the top now.