Om Dishcloth Pattern (aka, why are all the patterns I write yoga related?)
Ok, ladies and gents, the pattern you've all been waiting for (yeah right, but I have to fluff myself up a bit here :P )............................ Om Dishcloth!!!!
Om Dishcloth by Talitha (www.talithascrazyknittingbag.blogspot.com)
- One small ball of cotton yarn worsted weight. I used Bernat Handicrafter in Natural, it seemed un-yoga-like to use a coloured yarn, but I mean, I'm crazy.
- Size ummmm 7 or 8 needles (shorties work best for dishcloths).
CO 41 stitches.
Knit 5 rows.
Row 6: K4, P33, K4.
Row 7 and all odd rows hereafter: Knit across.
Row8: K4, P12, K1, P20, K4.
Row 10: K4, P7, K2, P2, K2, P20, K4.
Row 12: K4, P7, K2, P2, K2, P20, K4.
Row 14: K4, P11, K2, P20, K4.
Row 16: K4, P7, K5, P2, K6, P13, K4.
Row 18: K4, P6, K5, P2, K9, P11, K4.
Row 20: K4, P12, K2, P5, K4, P10, K4.
Row 22: K4, P11, K2, P8, K3, P9, K4.
Row 24: K4, P11, K2, P20, K4.
Row 26: K4, P12, K2, P19, K4.
Row 28: K4, P6, K4, P3, K2, P18, K4.
Row 30: K4, P5, K1, P4, K1, P3, K5, P14, K4.
Row 32: K4, P4, K1, P6, K1, P1, K1, P2, K3, P14, K4.
Row 34: K4, P4, K1, P7, K1, P1, K4, P15, K4.
Row 36: K4, P5, K1, P7, K2, P18, K4.
Row 38: K4, P6, K2, P4, K2, P19, K4.
Row 40: K4, P11, K2, P20, K4.
Row 42: K4, P10, K2, P21, K4.
Row 44: K4, P9, K2, P13, K4, P5, K4.
Row 46: K4, P9, K2, P12, K4, P6, K4.
Row 48: K4, P9, K3, P10, K4, P7, K4.
Row 50: K4, P10, K3, P8, K4, P8, K4.
Row 52: K4, P11, K3, P6, K4, P9, K4.
Row 54: K4, P12, K3, P4, K4, P10, K4.
Row 56: K4, P13, K8, P12, K4.
Row 58: K4, P14, K6, P13, K4.
Row 59: Knit across.
Row 60: K4, P33, K4.
Rows 61-65: Knit across.
Bind off and weave in ends.
The universe in me salutes the universe in you (my own loose translation). Remember, if there seems to be a problem with this pattern, maybe you should chant "Om" a bit before contacting me. The universe in me thanks the universe in you.
In other knitting news, I have finished my neck warmer out of half of that Alpaca Silk. That is so exciting because it means approx. 150 metres of that gorgeousness will remain in my stash. Davin specifically stated that he would only purchase me the yarn if I was going to make something for myself out of it right away. I took my time knitting it, but couldn't put it down, it was like butter through my fingers. It felt like it was magically making my hands softer as it ran through. I could easily knit with ONLY this yarn for the rest of my life and be quite happy. Anyway, seeing as I'm at work right now, that picture will follow along with photos of my pup and Davin and my Charlie Brown Christmas tree. It's pretty bad. I have it anchored to the windowpane (with yarn) to keep it straight. We had to buy a new tree holder cuz it was too small to fit in our old one. So, cutting down a tree from the farm to save money was soooo not worth it.