April Showers Bring…

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Flower Dishcloths?

Ok.. I am soo borrowing Lisa’s picture here because yeah I designed these suckers but.. mine.. well let’s just say I messed it up in the last 4 rows (I was watching Survivorman of all things..) And so I just frogged the whole thing having had a peek at it and knowing it worked.

I wanted to get the pattern together in one place now that the Mystery KAL is over..

So here you go!

Flower Dischloth

By Denise Layman

Materials:
Loom Needed:
Preferably a small gauge knitting loom or rake with at least 28 pegs. Directions are given for a 24 peg blue knifty knitter, you can certainly use a larger loom and cast on the full 28 stitches as well.

Yarn: Worsted Weight cotton yarn. (best results with a solid color)

Note: If using a regular or large gauge loom(like the Knifty Knitter), hold 2 strands of yarn together to knit with.

Knit = E-wrap
Purl = Purl Stitch
This pattern is written for 2 size of looms.
28 pegs and (24 pegs) in parathesis. If you cast onto a 24 peg loom use the numbers in (instead).

Pattern:

Cast on 28 (24) stitches

Row 1   Knit
Row 2  Purl all stitches
Row 3  Knit all stitches
Row 4   Purl all stitches.
Row 5  Knit all stitches
Row 6  Purl 2     Knit 24 (20)     Purl 2
Row 7  Knit all stitches
Row 8  Purl 2, knit 10(8) purl 4  knit 10(8)  purl 2
Row 9  Knit 2, knit 10(8) purl 4  knit 10(8)  knit 2
Row 10 Purl 2, knit 9(7)  purl 6  knit 9(7)   purl 2
Row 11 Knit 2, knit 9(7)  purl 6  knit 9(7)   knit 2
Row 12 Purl 2, knit 9(7)  purl 6  knit 9(7)   purl 2
Row 13  Knit 2, knit 9(7), purl 6, knit 9(7), knit 2
Row 14  Purl 2, knit 5(3), purl 3, knit 2, purl 4, knit 2, purl 3, knit 5(3), purl 2
Row 15  Knit 2, knit 4(2), purl 16, knit 4(2), knit 2
Row 16  Purl 2, knit 4(2), purl 7, knit 2, purl 7, knit 4(2), purl 2
Row 17  Knit 2, knit 4(2), purl 6, knit 4, purl 6, knit 4(2), knit 2
 Row 18  Purl 2, knit 4(2), purl 5, knit 2, purl 2, knit 2,  purl 5, knit 4(2), purl 2
Row 19  Knit 2, knit 4(2),  purl 5,  knit 1,  purl 4,  knit 1, purl 5, knit 4(2), knit 2

Row 20  Purl 2, knit 5(3),  purl 4,  knit 2,  purl 2,  knit 2, purl 4, knit 5(3), purl 2

Row 21  Knit 2, knit 7(5),  purl 3,  knit 4,  purl 3,  knit 7(5), knit 2

Row 22  Purl 2, knit 5(3),  purl 6,  knit 2,  purl 6,  knit 5(3), purl 2

 Row 23  Knit 2, knit 4(2),  purl 16,  knit 4(2), knit 2
 Row 24  Purl 2, knit 4(2),  purl 16,  knit 4(2), purl 2
Row 25     Knit 2, knit 4 (2), purl 16, knit 4 (2), knit 2
Row 26     Purl 2, knit 5 (3), purl 5, knit 1, purl 2, knit 1, purl 5, knit 5 (3), purl 2
 Row 27     Knit 2, knit 6 (4), purl 3, knit 2, purl 2, knit 2, purl 3, knit 6 (4), knit 2
Row 28      Purl 2, knit 11 (9), purl 2, knit 11 (9), purl 2
Row 29      Knit 2, knit 2 (0), purl 2, knit 6, purl 2, knit 12 (10), knit 2
Row 30      Purl 2, knit 3 (1), purl 3, knit 6, purl 2, knit 4, purl 4, knit 2 (0), purl 2
Row 31  knit 2, knit 2(0) , purl 5, knit 3, purl 2, knit 4, purl 5,
knit 3(1), knit 2
Row 32  purl 2, knit 3(1), purl 7, knit 3, purl 2, knit 2, purl 4,
knit 3(1), purl 2
Row 33  knit 2, knit 3(1), purl 5, knit 1, purl 2, knit 2, purl 7,
knit 4(2), knit 2
Row 34  purl 2, knit 4(2), purl 8, knit 1, purl 2, knit 1, purl 4,
knit 4(2), purl 2
Row 35  knit 2,  knit 5(3), purl 14, knit 5 (3), knit 2
Row 36 purl 2, knit 6(4), purl 13, knit 5(3), purl 2
Row 37  knit 2,  knit 6(4), purl 10, knit 8(6), knit 2
Row 38  purl 2,  knit 10(8), purl 7, knit 7(5), purl 2

Row 39  knit all stitches
Row 40  knit all stitches
Row 41  purl all stitches
Row 42  knit all stitches
Row 43  purl all stitches  

 ©Denise Mae Layman All Rights Reserved. Please note this pattern is copyrighted material. You may print a copy of this pattern for your own personal use and enjoyment, but editing, publishing, transmitting, e-mailing, posting it in part or whole to a list service or database, or otherwise commercially exploiting this pattern is strictly forbidden.

You can certainly cut and paste this into a document for your own personal use as long as the copyright infomation is intact. 

 

I will hopefully get this in a PDF format with a chart as soon as I am feeling better!

I did a little organizing of my online patterns. You can find a centralized listing here: Pattern Gallery

And here are some pictures of items made using my patterns: Reader’s Gallery

And if you have one to add just send it to me at the email up there on the right!

Thanks! Enjoy!
 

 

 

1 thought on “April Showers Bring…

  1. Hi,

    I’m new to loom knitting and I’ve been making your dishcloth pattern. I have a question about row 29 and 31, it says k(0) how do you do that? Do you just skip 2 stitches and where does the yarn go? Any help you can give me will be much appreciated. Thanks!

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