Friday, February 1, 2008

Two Hearts as One Dishcloth

Two Hearts as One Dishcloth
© Cathy Waldie, January 22, 2008
(US) 7 (4.5mm) needles
~ 2 oz. 100% worsted weight cotton (sample in Hot Pink, Lily Sugar ‘n Cream)
Chibi Needle

C/O 39 stitches
1-5) Knit across, slipping the first stitch

6) Sl 1, K2, P33, K3

7 and all odd rows) Sl 1, Knit across

8) Sl 1, K2, P33, K3

10) Sl 1, K2, P16, K1, P16, K3

12) Sl 1, K2, P 15, K3, P15, K3

14) Sl 1, K2, P14, K5, P14, K3

16) Sl 1, K2, P13, K7, P13, K3

18) Sl 1, K2, P12, K9, P12, K3

20) Sl 1, K2, P10, K13, P10, K3

22) Sl 1, K2, P8, K8, P1, K8, P8, K3

24) Sl 1, K2, P6, K9, P3, K9, P6, K3

26) Sl 1, K2, P4, K10, P5,K10, P4, K3

28) Sl 1, K2, P3, K9, P9, K9, P3,K3

30) Sl 1, K2, P2, K9, P11, K9, P2, K3

32) Sl 1, K2, P1, K9, P13, K9, P1, K3

34) Sl 1, K2, P1, K8, P15, K8, P1, K3

36) Sl 1, K2, P1, K8, P15, K8, P1, K3

38) Sl 1, K2, P1, K8, P15, K8, P1, K3

40) Sl 1, K2, P1, K9, P6, K1, P6, K9, P1, K3 (corrected 2/2/08)

42) Sl 1, K2, P2, K9, P4, K3, P4, K9, P2, K3

44) Sl 1, K2, P3, K27, P3, K3

46) Sl 1, K2, P4, K25, P4, K3

48) Sl 1, K2, P5, K11, P1, K11, P5, K3

50) Sl 1, K2, P6, K9, P3, K9, P6, K3

52) Sl 1, K2, P8, K5, P7, K5, P8, K3

54) Sl 1, K2, P33, K3

56) Sl 1, K2, P33, K3

57-61) Sl 1, Knit across

62) B/O in Purl

Cut yarn, cut thread, wash your dishes with the one you love.


Marilyn said...

Thank you for this lovely heart cloth. By the way, were could I find the round scrubby pattern?

Lil Knitter said...

Thanks for sharing this beautiful pattern! I have it printed out already and can't wait to add the towel too.
Awesome design!

Kris said...

it's so loviely! thanks a lot!

Anonymous said...

I can't wait to get started on this and the matching towel. Thank you for sharing the patterns. BTW, I wuold also like to know about the pattern for the round scrubby. ~Tricia

MonkeyGurrrrrl said...

Hey, Cathy (I met you at the Harlot's book-signing) - those cloths are lovely (particularly like the towel!) thanks so much. And ditto on the scrubby!!

Denise said...

Thanks for the lovely patterns. So generous of you!

Jan said...

Thank you so much Cathy - these are beautiful! Jan H

Karen (Rosesandtea) said...

Gorgeous dishcloth pattern - thank you for sharing your patterns. I made the THAO dishcloth this weekend for a friend. It turned out really nice and I plan to make a few more.

Laura de Argentina said...

i loved it!!! i will try it as soon as i finish some other projects im working on!!!

Anonymous said...

What a great pattern. I turned it into a baby bib and it looks great. Thanks again.

Anonymous said...

What a great pattern. I turned it into a baby bib and it looks great. Thanks again.

Anonymous said...

Hi Cathy! thanks for the pattern. I am making squares for a charity KAS, that aims to provide blankets to aids orphans of South Africa. As 1 Dec is international AIDS Day our monthly challenge is to make squares with red yarn and/or heart designs. So your design is wonderful and I hope you don't mind but I have mentioned your blog on the dec challenge page. I am about to start your design right now with a lovely bright cherry red yarn. Jen xxx

Cathy said...

Jen...I'm honored! Thanks for letting me know! May this design, and the knitting of others bring love, comfort, and prayers to those you all are knitting for!

happy knitting!

Anonymous said...

Hi Cathy,

I remember you from waiting on you at the yarn shop in Bay City and also seeing you at Messiah. Thank you for the cute pattern, hearts are one of my favorite designs, so this will be fun to knit for me.
This MI summer has been one of the most hot/humid. Nice today, though, hope it stays this way through August.

Take Care,

Stephanie Bishop said...

Thanks for posting this pattern. I have another heart dishcloth pattern that compliments your pattern. I am going to knit both patterns with the same yarn for a gift set.

Happy Knitting!

Anonymous said...

Okay, I must be extremely stupid cos i can't find a link to print this pattern!!??? How do I print it? I'd love to this as a part of an afghan for a sick lady! Please help!