Knitted Kitchen #11 – Mitered Garter Stitch

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The Mitered Garter Stitch washcloth is pattern #11 in the 2017 Knitted Kitchen Blog Hop. This square has a unique construction, highlighted by the ridges in the garter stitch. The pattern includes written instructions and a video tutorial.

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Knitted Kitchen #7 – Itty Bitty Bobbles Washcloth

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The Itty Bitty Bobbles Washcloth is pattern #7 in the 2017 Knitted Kitchen Blog Hop. These tiny, 2-row bobbles are easy to make and do not involve turning your work back and forth for each bobble, like larger ones do. They create a fun, scrubby texture too! The pattern includes both written and charted versions of the instructions. There is also a video tutorial for making the bobbles.

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Knitted Kitchen #3 – Garter Chevrons

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This Garter Chevron Washcloth is pattern #3 in the 2017 Knitted Kitchen Blog Hop. It’s a simple design with just knits and purls, and is available in 9 inch and 12 inch sizes. The pattern includes both written and charted versions of the instructions. There is also a video tutorial that focuses on reading and following the charts.

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May Flowers Pattern Round-up

Beltane blessings to all of you who celebrate it! I love how the whole world seems to be blooming at this time of year (though my allergies don’t love it quite so much.) To celebrate this May Day, here is a round up of beautiful flowers that DON’T make me sneeze:   Wildflower Crown by Tiny Owl Knits: This simple knit … Continue reading →

April Showers Pattern Round-up

I rather like the rain in April. It’s particularly refreshing after a long, cold, snowy winter like this one was. In honor of April showers, here is a round-up of 6 rain related patterns: Water Cycle Socks by Tami Sheiffer: For fans of rain, or science geeks, or both (like me), these may just be the perfect socks! This clever pattern displays … Continue reading →