Monday, December 31, 2007

Bloomington Hoosier Dishcloth


Bloomington Hoosier Dishcloth
©Cathy Waldie, December 23, 2007




Lion Cotton, (US) 7 (4.5mm) needles

C/O = Cast On
Sl 1 = Slip one stitch
K= Knit
P= Purl
Tbl=through the back loop
B/O= Bind Off

C/O 37 sts
1-5) Sl 1, K36

6) Sl 1, K2, P31, K3

7 and all odd rows) K

8, 10, 12) Sl 1, K2, P12, K7, P12, K3

14) Sl 1, K2, P8, K15, P8, K3

16) Sl 1, K2, P7, K17, P7, K3

18, 20) Sl 1, K2, P6, K19, P6, K3

22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34) Sl 1, K2, P6, K5, P2, K5, P2, K5, P6, K3

36, 38, 40) Sl 1, K2, P5, K7, P1, K5, P1, K7, P5, K3

42) Sl 1, K2, P13, K5, P13, K3

44, 46, 48) Sl 1, K2, P12, K7, P12, K3

50, 52) repeat row 6

53-57) Sl 1, K36

58) B/O in P


Cut Yarn, weave in ends, do the dishes! Match it up with a Bloomington Hoosier Kitchen Hanging Hand Towel and a Tribble for a complete set.




3 comments:

Marie in Michigan said...

Love these. DD is an IU grad ('91). Thanks
Marie in Michigan

izzi said...

Thank you...my son is an IU grad...12 or so years ago. I am making him one...he will love it!! I have nephews and son's girlfriend who are U of M grad and Michigan State grads....do you know where I could find patterns for these????
Thanks again,
Izzi in Michigan
izenow2000@yahoo.com

Kelly P said...

Thanks... I used your pattern to make this IU baby blanket for my sister in law. It worked great!