Friday, March 23, 2007

Dish Cloth Pattern

James asked me to make his dad a University of Kentucky dish cloth. I looked for patterns for it, but I couldn't find any. So I got me some graph paper and made the pattern myself. I know the picture looks funny. I tried to out line it in white so it would show up better on my camera. Before I out lined it, it looks like my pattern and what I wanted it to look like. So here is the pattern for it. I swear when it's done it looks like UK.


CO 39 sts on size 8/5mm

rows 1-4 K1, P1 across end on K1

Rows 5-9 Start with Knit st and knit stockinette st.

Pattern Rows
1. K1, P1 twice k7,p7,k3,p7,k7 P1, K1 twice

. K1, P1 twice p7,k7,p3,k7,p7 p1,k1 twice

3. k1,p1 twice k9,p3,k7,p3,k9 P1, k1 twice

4. k1,p1 twice p9,k3,p7,k3,p9 p1,k1 twice

5. k1,p1 twice k9,p3,k7,p3,k9 p1,k1 twice

6. k1,p1 twice p9,k3,p7,k3,p9 p1,k1 twice

7. k1 p1 twice k9,p3,k7,p3,k9 p1,k1 twice

8. k1, p1 twice p9,k3,p7,k3,p9 p1,k1 twice

9. k1,p1 twice k9,p3,k7,p3,k9 p1,k1 twice

10. k1,p1 twice p9,k3,p7,k3,p9 p1,k1 twice

11. k1,p1 twice k9,p3,k7,p3,k9 p1,k1 twice

12, k1,p1 twice p9,k3,p7,k3,p9 p1,k1 twice

13, k1,p1 twice k9,p3,k7,p3,k9 p1,k1 twice

14. k1,p1 twice p9,k3,p7,k3,p9 p1,k1 twice

15. k1,p1 twice k10,p2,k1,p5,k1,p7,k5 p1,k1 twice

16. k1,p1 twice p5,k7,p1,k5,p1,k2,p10 p1,k1 twice

17. k1,p1 twice k11,p9,k1,p4,k6 p1,k1 twice

18. k1,p1 twice p6,k4,p1,k9,p11 p1,k1 twice

19.k1, p1 twice k14,p3,k3,p3,k9 p1,k1 twice

20. k1,p1 twice p9,k3,p3,k3,p14 p1,k1 twice

21. k1,p1 twice k14, p3,k3,p3,k9 p1,k1 twice

22. k1,p1 twice p9,k3,p3,k3,p14 p1,k1 twice

23. k1,p1 twice k14,p7,k10 p1,k1 twice

24. k1,p1 twice p10,k7,p14 p1,k1 twice

25. k1,p1 twice k14,p3,k3,p3,k8 p1,k1 twice

26. k1,p1 twice p8,k3,p3,k3,p14 p1,k1 twice

27. k1,p1 twice k14,p3,k3,p3,k7 p1,k1 twice

28. k1 p1 twice p7,k3,p3,k3,p14 p1,k1 twice

30. k1,p1 twice k13,p5,k2,p7,k4 p1,k1 twice

31. k1,p1 twice p4,k7,p2,k5,p13 p1,k1 twice

32-37 k1,p1 twice Stockinette st for these 5 rows start on knit row.

38-42 k1,p1 across

bind off weave ends.
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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

what a great idea! nice job!

- sp10

Cheryl S said...

Being from Lexington, I think your pattern is pretty cool. My dad is, too, a big UK Fan, so he could use this as a arm rest cover (which means I would need to make two). Thanks for sharing your design.

Rita said...

I'm having trouble with the University of Kentucky dishcloth. There are 39 stitches to the pattern but row 19, 20, 21, 22 add up to 40 and row 29 is missing. Can anyone help me out with this?