Thursday, June 15, 2017

KAL: June 15 CHALLENGE: Mini-Owl Cloth


Rosie says, Hi!
 Be sure to enter the new CONTEST!
Yes, the designer of the Little Owl cloth announced that she will choose a winner from those who knit and post their cloth on Ravelry for her.

   This is what she wants you to do:
* Post your completed washcloth on the project page by June 30th
* Be SURE to put 'KAL' in the project title
[so she knows it's a member's entry from our Group]
*WINNER will receive a FREE e-book, with her 4-blanket-squares in it
*Winner will be chosen on July 1st

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 Hi everyone -
hope you've enjoyed this KAL - this little owl is so cute!  get a photo taken and post to your yahoo album - AND we will have a Contest for this KAL, winner to be chosen by the designer, Jodi Baldwin! Details will be posted soon -
   I knit another little cloth up yesterday - made with a smaller needle, so it's a baby-size washcloth - Fun! 
 
  IF you want, you can use Jodi's directions to give your owl a face and outline all around, see her pattern for those details.
  Happy Knitting! 

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hi fellow knitters,

  The *challenge* for this cloth is using a Cable Needle ~
  grab your cold drink, your knitting needles and yarn - and
 let's knit up this sweet little dish-cloth ~

 I love this pattern!  and hope you will too - it's a fast knit - so you may finish it tonight~
  it will be a great cloth for a little one, or make a large
 size for a spa cloth, or a larger size would be great as a
 kitchen hot-pad.






[this was my test-knit cloth, done in Hot Pink, for my niece's baby, due any day now!]


 You need:
  - cotton yarn, solid color of your choice
 -  US Size 8 needles
  - Cable needle [only used in 3 rows! - if you don't have
 one, use a double pt. needle or even a pencil to hold those
 stitches]

  ~Finished cloth measures approx. 8.25 x 7.50 inches

  Abbreviations:

 K – Knit,
 P – Purl
  C4F – Cable Four Front: Place 2 stitches on a cable

 needle, hold in front of work, Knit 2 stitches then

 Knit 2 stitches from the cable needle

  C4B – Cable Four Back: Place 2 stitches on a cable

 needle, hold in back of work, Knit 2 stitches then

 Knit 2 stitches from the cable needle


To start:

  - Cast on 24 stitches

  To continue  direct to the pattern, using this link [or copy/paste]

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/mini-owl-washcloth

Then, on that page you will click on :

" This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download  "

 Happy Knitting!

 Linda

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