There has been a lot of interest and discussion about this photo on my facebook page, so I thought I should share it here. (I know, it looks like Easter.)
This is not a ‘pattern’ per se, but more of a directive. Mostly because I seriously did not write anything down as far as dimensions, amount of yarn used, etc.
What I can do though is provide some guidelines. I went scrambling through my menagerie of pattern books to find “seed stitch’. It is a really simple stitch. One of my very favorites. I like to make dishcloths with it.
So, now. On to business. Trial and error, that’s how I have made so many of my projects. With most all medium weight, worsted weight yarns I usually use a “J” hook.
Multiple of 2 chs.
Row 1: (Right side) Sc in second ch from hook, (ch 1 skip next ch, sc in next ch) across. Row 2: Ch 1, turn; sc in first sc and in next ch-1 sp, (ch 1, sc in next ch-1 sp) across to last sc, sc in last sc. Row 3: Ch 1, turn; sc in first sc, ch 1, (sc in next ch-1 sp, ch 1) across to last 2 sc, skip next sc, sc in last sc. Repeat Rows 2 and 3 for pattern.
I found this fabulous cotton yarn which I use a lot! It’s called Village Yarn Craft Cotton. I buy it at Herrschner’s. There are about 3 dozen colors, including variegated colors.
• Great for pot holders, place mats, rugs, and more!
• Soft, 100% cotton medium weight yarn.
• Solid 2.5 oz/71g/120 yd/110m ball. Multi 2 oz/57g/95 yd/87m ball.
• Machine wash. Imported.
• Crochet gauge, size H-8 (5.0mm) hook/Knit gauge in st st, size 7 (4.5mm) needles: 20 sts and 24 rows = 4″ (10cm).
Also Available in 16 oz. (454g) Cones!
And there you have it. This is the closest I have ever come to writing a pattern.