Saturday, July 30, 2016


August 1st KAL

day 4 -

Today we will finish our kal ! 

--At this point, you should have 4 stitches on your needle
--Next row:

  K 2, yo, Knit to end of row

Now, continue....repeat this row untill there are 12 stitches on needle.
Bind off and weave in ends.

Finished!
You have made Bubbles, a little fish to help with your dishes at the sink!

Hope everyone has enjoyed this KAL - please, check the link below to see the other version of Bubbles. 

Thank you so very much to Susan Mrenna -
For more variations of Bubbles, including Bubbles with a Fin, visit her designer's page at:

Bubbles
Bubbles is a very versatile little fish.
He can be a Baby Wash Cloth, a Scrubbie, a Dishcloth, a washcloth, a cat toy and more.
Bubbles may be made using any yarn that suits your intended purpose. Solids and
varigated yarns both work well. Use scraps and make an exotic tropical fish. Use cotton
for dish and wash cloths and acrylic or cotton for scrubbies.
Bubbles is easily adapted to many sizes by working more or fewer body rows. The mouth
and tail are the same in all sizes.
Bubbles
Copyright © by Susan Mrenna 2008 Knit A Little



-----------------

Day 3
today we start on the decrease rows -
note: you should have 32 stitches on your needle when starting today's rows.
  On next row:
K 1, K 2 tog, YO, K 2 tog, Knit to end

Repeat this row, until you have 4 stitches left on your needle.

  see you tomorrow for finishing and special instructions!
happy knitting,
  : )  Linda  ps--Rosie loves playing with my yarn!!


 ****************

Day 2

today we will be doing increase rows :

K2, yo, knit to end of row

You will repeat this row untill you have a total of 32 st.
See Photo below for what our cloth looks like at end of today.....

~ happy knitting! til tomorrow...
[this is a very easy dishcloth, simple pattern - enjoy the slower pace! ] ~ Linda



 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------

hi fellow knitters!  ~ This is my new puppy, Rosie...

She is here to meet and greet you
   as we get ready to begin our August 1st KAL -

thank you Janet for giving me the opportunity to host this knitalong -

 Grab your knitting needles and yarn and we will start soon!
* 1 skein cotton yarn in gold or orange - or a solid color of your choice
* # 7 knitting needles  - or the size needles you prefer to use
* this will not be a picture/lace/illusion pattern - it will be a "shaped" cloth pattern

see you later,
Linda

____________________________________________________

hi fellow knitters!

Day 1
Supplies:
One skein of cotton  yarn, solid - suggested, orange or gold color - tho any solid color will work
size 7 needles

K = knit,
p = purl,
yo = yarn over,
k2tog = knit 2 together

Begin:

Cast on 8 stitches

Row 1:  Knit

Row 2:  Knit

Row 3:  Bind off 2 stitches, k1, yo, k to end of row

Row 4:  Bind off 2 stitches, k1, yo, k to end of row

Row 5:  K2, yo, knit to end of row






Tuesday, April 5, 2016



Terry's Mosaic Chevron Pattern
- I chose to use green and white for my dishcloth - what colors did you use?

hi fellow knitters -
  Here are your last day of rows!

I really hope that you have enjoyed this design - I thought it was a lovely cloth -
and you could adapt it to make an afghan even-*chevron patterns* are popular now - it could make for a nice little baby blanket.
 
Thank you so much to our designer, Terry Liann Morris ~you can find more of her designs at Ravelry, 
and at her own site, see the end of this pattern for that info.

  Let's not forget to keep Janet in our thoughts and prayers for recuperating - we all know that can often be harder on us than the surgery!  Take care, Janet - Get Well Soon, we are eager to see you back in our next KAL  : )
Thank you for letting me host this KAL -
I've enjoyed introducing Mosaic Knitting to some of our knitters ~ Linda  myknittingfavs.blogspot.com



    A huge thank you to designer, Terry Liann Morris ~
You can find more of her designs, mosaic and others, at Ravelry.com, and at her site:

--------

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

hi Fellow knitters -
  we begin our next KAL on Friday, 4/1 -
  Hope you have your 2 different skeins chosen.  Reminder:  two contrasting colors [one dark, one light works well]

I am going to tell you what we are knitting this time, just because it may be something some of you have not knit before - it is called Mosaic Knitting.
No, it is NOT difficult!  Taken one row at a time, using only one color at a time, it's fairly easy for even a beginner to learn.
Just read over these guidelines, don't worry about anything - it will all fall into place when we start knitting. 

   These are notes that the designer gave with the pattern, so I include them here for you now -- see you soon with your first day's rows! ~ Linda
Reminder:  Rows will be posted on my blog page -

APRIL 1st KAL   - Pattern   Notes
1. Mosaic designs are made by alternating two different colored yarns every other row.

2.You will be working with only ONE color at a time and either knitting or slipping the stitches. At the end
of a wrong side row, you will drop the old color and pick up the new color before beginning the next right side row.

2. All slipped stitches are worked as if to purl (purlwise).

3. slip 1 wyif:   All slipped stitches on even (wrong side) rows are made by bringing the yarn to the front
(to the wrong side, which is facing you), slip the stitch, and take the yarn to the back
to knit the next stitch

4. Leave the yarn in back when slipping stitches on the right side rows.

5. Slip the first stitch of each row as if to purl, then take the yarn to the back to knit the next stitch.

Note: This cloth is knit from the bottom up to the top  -

2 colors needed: Color A [Dark], Color B [Light/pastel]

Friday, March 25, 2016

hi fellow Knitters!
  In a few days it will be April....and we all know what that means! Yes!  A new month, a new KAL!

This will not be a lace cloth - and it won't be a picture cloth either -
but it is a *pattern* design.

Get ready with these supplies:
 - size 7 needles [or your preferred size for dishcloth patterns]
 - two skeins - yes, 2 ~ contrasting colors - for example, blue and white ... red and yellow ... ... you get the idea
 - this may be a *new* knit skill for some of you - and I will be letting you know some more of the particulars when we get close to the 1st of April

 For now, get your preferred colors ready - see you soon.

Have a Happy Easter!
~ Bunny Lassie ~

Saturday, September 5, 2015


Starburst, pattern by Dione - I used self-striping yarns for my cloth



The name of this cloth is 'Starburst' - designed by Dione.  You can see and get more of her wonderful patterns at her site, Sew-Funky ~ [link, below, at finish of pattern rows]
~  Thank you so much for letting us share this pattern, Dione!


For this pattern and lots more delectable and irresistable patterns by this artist, go to her site:
http://www.sew-funky.com/category/knitted-dishcloths/page/3/

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

September 1st KAL



Monday, August 31, 2015

 September KAL!

   Self-check:   you should have your original number of 20 stitches on your needle

  

Monday, August 17, 2015

Day 2 photo ~