Knitting Patterns

Irresistible

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In Little House knitting news, I was halfway through knitting a second sock yesterday when I put down my needles and took up another set of needles.  Tiny ones, size 1. When I’m in second sock mode I sometimes need a little break, not from knitting, but from that pair of socks. I’d seen a […]

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Knitted Honeycomb Dishcloth #1

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I think this is a sweet little cloth, perfect for a themed basket of honey-related items.  Tucked into a basket with a beeswax-rich lotion bar or some Clementine Honey Marmalade (recipe in our book, p. 137), or hand-dipped beeswax candles (in the book, too!), it makes a homey gift. Honeycomb Dishcloth Yarn: Your favorite dishcloth […]

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A Very Seedy Dishcloth

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Another breeze of a knit.  Easy and fast.  This was done while the children were couch-jumping and trying their best to make off with my pattern book. This is a reversible seeded rib. I love the scrunchiness of the ribbing and how easy it is to memorize the pattern so I can knit this anywhere. […]

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Andalutheean Knitted Dishcloth

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The latest in my so-easy-you-can-knit-with-swarming-kids dish/washcloth series.  If you can knit and purl, you can knit this hanging upside down from the monkey bars. The name . . . I have friends who speak Castilian Spanish and I love the way they pronounce some of their “s” sounds.  LOVE IT.  I could listen to them […]

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Good Grief! Knitted Dishcloth

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Having grown up on a steady diet of Peanuts, I can’t help but see Charlie Brown’s shirt in this pattern. It’s a simple, knit and purl, good-for-beginners cloth. Good Grief! Knitted Dishcloth Yarn:  Lily Sugar ‘n Cream (or any worsted weight cotton) Needles:  Size 6 US or your preferred size for dishcloths CO: 31 sts. […]

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