Sunday, 11 February 2007

British Isles Cloth

Dish/Wash cloth British Isles©
Designed by Marilyn Wallace
April 2, 2006

4mm needle
I use cotton worsted weight for dish/wash cloths
I use acrylic worsted weight for afghan squares
B5 means Border 5 in seed stitch keep in the seed stitch sequence

How to do seed st. on odd number of stitches & even number of st.
http://knitting.about.com/od/stitchglossary/g/seedstitch.htm

Cast On 42 stitches
Row 01 seed st. across row
Row 02 seed st. across row
Row 03 seed st. across row
Row 04 seed st. across row
Row 05 seed st. across row
Row 06 B5 k32 B5
Row 07 B5 p32 B5
Row 08 B5 k32 B5
Row 09 B5 p13 k1 p18 B5
Row 10 B5 k18 p1 k13 B5
Row 11 B5 p14 k3 p15 B5
Row 12 B5 k15 p2 k15 B5
Row 13 B5 p15 k11 p6 B5
Row 14 B5 k5 p11 k16 B5
Row 15 B5 p19 k9 p4 B5
Row 16 B5 k5 p8 k1 p1 k11 p1 k5 B5
Row 17 B5 p4 k4 p6 k1 p1 k11 p5 B5
Row 18 B5 k4 p14 k5 p5 k4 B5
Row 19 B5 p3 k7 p5 k13 p4 B5
Row 20 B5 k4 p12 k4 p7 k5 B5
Row 21 B5 p5 k7 p4 k12 p4 B5
Row 22 B5 k4 p12 k4 p7 k5 B5
Row 23 B5 p6 k7 p2 k10 p1 k2 p4 B5
Row 24 B5 k7 p9 k3 p6 k7 B5
Row 25 B5 p5 k7 p3 k1 p3 k6 p7 B5
Row 26 B5 k7 p6 k7 p8 k4 B5
Row 27 B5 p5 k7 p7 k5 p8 B5
Row 28 B5 k8 p5 k7 p8 k4 B5
Row 29 B5 p5 k8 p6 k5 p8 B5
Row 30 B5 k8 p6 k5 p6 k7 B5
Row 31 B5 p8 k6 p4 k5 p9 B5
Row 32 B5 k10 p4 k5 p6 k7 B5
Row 33 B5 p8 k5 p2 k7 p10 B5
Row 34 B5 k11 p6 k2 p2 k1 p1 k9 B5
Row 35 B5 p15 k6 p11 B5
Row 36 B5 k11 p5 k16 B5
Row 37 B5 p12 k1 p2 k6 p11 B5
Row 38 B5 k14 p4 k1 p1 k12 B5
Row 39 B5 p14 k5 p13 B5
Row 40 B5 k13 p5 k1 p1 k12 B5
Row 41 B5 p12 k2 p1 k5 p12 B5
Row 42 B5 k12 p7 k13 B5
Row 43 B5 p14 k6 p12 B5
Row 44 B5 k11 p9 k1 p1 k10 B5
Row 45 B5 p10 k1 p1 k1 p1 k7 p11 B5
Row 46 B5 k11 p3 k1 p3 k2 p2 k10 B5
Row 47 B5 p11 k1 p2 k3 p15 B5
Row 48 B5 k15 p2 k2 p2 k11 B5
Row 49 B5 p11 k2 p2 k4 p13 B5
Row 50 B5 k13 p4 k2 p1 k12 B5
Row 51 B5 p32 B5Row 52 B5 k32 B5
Row 53 B5 p32 B5
Row 54 seed st. across row
Row 55 seed st. across row
Row 56 seed st. across row
Row 57 seed st. across row
Row 58 seed st. across row
Row 59 CO

Printing Tip: I always use both sides of one page to print out my patterns. As soon as the first side is printed I take it out & promptly stick it back in the loading tray . Cuts down on paper use & you never lose the second page as it is right on the back…

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1 comment:

Thelma said...

Omg! This British Isles Cloth is just too wonderful for words. I'm not British, just an American of Mexican ancestery that loves the UK. Been there five times and hope to return soon.