Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Free Pattern! Carousel Horse Dishcloth

As promised, here's the pattern in time for those end of season fairs and closing out the amusement parks.

Carousel Horse Dishcloth

The rows below are just for the image center. On my sample, I worked a crochet edging in a complimentary varigated after the center portion was done. Another option would be to work a seed stitch or garter stitch border to let the square lay flat. Those can be done by adding rows at the start and end of the pattern and adding a few stitches to both ends of each row.

The dischcloth was done on size 7 needles out of Sugar and Cream kitchen cotton. I could also see this motif worked on the front of a child's sweater or as a square in an afghan. Get creative with it!

*edit: fixed missing stitches in line 5, I'll double check everything tonight again, hopefully this is the only fix.

CO 47
Row 1: Knit across
Row 2: Purl across
Row 3: K12, P3, K11, P2, K13, P3, K3
Row 4: P3, K3, P13, K2, P4, K3, P4, K4, P11
Row 5: K10, P4, K5, P3, K4, P2, K12, P3, K4
Row 6: P5, K2, P12, K2, P4, K3, P6, K3, P5, K2, P3
Row 7: K2, P4, K4, P3, K4, P3, K6, P2, K11, P3, K5
Row 8: P6, K2, P11, K2, P7, K3, P4, K3, P3, K4, P2
Row 9: K2, P4, K3, P2, K4, P4, K7, P2, K10, P3, K6
Row 10: P6, K3, P10, K2, P9, K3, P4, K2, P2, K4, P2
Row 11: K2, P4, K1, P3, K2, P4, K10, P2, K10, P2, K7
Row 12: P7, K3, P9, K2, P11, K4, P2, K8, P1
Row 13: K1, P8, K1, P4, K12, P2, K6, P6, K7
Row 14: P6, K6, P7, K2, P12, K13, P1
Row 15: K1, P5, K1, P8, K11, P2, K7, P7, K5
Row 16: P4, K3, P1, K3, P8, K2, P10, K8, P2, K5, P1
Row 17: K1, P5, K3, P7, K10, P2, K7, P3, K3, P3, K3
Row 18: P3, K3, P2, K5, P6, K2, P9, K8, P3, K5, P1
Row 19: K1, P5, K4, P7, K9, P2, K6, P10, K3
Row 20: P5, K9, P4, K6, P5, K9, P3, K5, P1
Row 21: K1, P5, K2, P22, K3, P8, K6
Row 22: P8, K31, P2, K5, P1
Row 23: K2, P4, K1, P33, K7
Row 24: P7, K33, P1, K4, P2
Row 25: K2, P4, K1, P33, K7
Row 26: P7, K33, P1, K3, P3
Row 27: K3, P37, K7
Row 28: P7, K36, P4
Row 29: K5, P2, K1, P32, K7
Row 30: P7, K31, P9
Row 31: K10, P30, K7
Row 32: P7, K28, P12
Row 33: K14, P5, K2, P19, K7
Row 34: P8, K10, P1, K2, P9, K3, P14
Row 35: K26, P2, K1, P10, K2, P1, K1, P1, K3
Row 36: P2, K2, P1, K1, P2, K10, P1, K2, P26
Row 37: K26, P2, K1, P9, K3, P4, K2
Row 38: P2, K6, P1, K9, P1, K2, P26
Row 39: K26, P2, K1, P15, K3
Row 40: P3, K15, P1, K2, P26
Row 41: K26, P2, K2, P13, K4
Row 42: P4, K13, P2, K2, P26
Row 43: K26, P2, K3, P12, K4
Row 44: P5, K11, P3, K2, P26
Row 45: K26, P2, K4, P11, K4
Row 46: P4, K10, P5, K2, P26
Row 47: K26, P2, K7, P3, K3, P2, K4
Row 48: P4, K1, P14, K2, P26
Row 49: Knit across
Row 50: Purl across
Bind off

*Modification: Thank you for your patience, there was a miscount for the cast on and in row 5 that I've finally found and fixed, Both changes are bolded above. I finally went back and recounted every row, and hopefully there aren't any more errors. I'm new at this stuff, you'd think I'd be able to count with that whole math minor in college thing, but it's definitely a learning experience, right?

8 Comments:

Anonymous Yvonne said...

I tried this pattern, however, there are only instructions for 41 stitches on line 5 - this is a CO of 46 stitches.

11:18 AM  
Blogger Beth said...

Thanks for catching that, I'll check my notes when I get home tonight and update the pattern... oops!

11:21 AM  
Blogger Shelly said...

It's really nice of you to share this, but may I recommend you add a copyright to it if it's your design.

http://theyarntart.blogspot.com

4:30 AM  
Blogger Buffalo Prairie said...

I noticed on line 3 you have 47 stitches but only have a CO of 46. Just thought I'd let ya know

10:21 PM  
Blogger Buffalo Prairie said...

I did somemore checking on your pattern and see that some lines have 46 stitches and some have 47 stitches. I am a new kniter and this confuses me a little. I really want to make this cloth but am not sure how to adjust it.

11:15 AM  
Blogger Beth said...

sorry about that, I'll double check and fix it.

11:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

copyright is in effect the moment it is created.

11:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Copyrights depends on which form of license you specify when posting or publishing. For more information, look up Creative Commons. This gives instructions on how to copyright your work according to your needs. For example, "All Rights Reserved" means no one can touch or do anything to your work. However, "Some Rights Reserved" mean that there are stipulations, such as "Can be altered with permission, cannot be used for commerical means, cannot be altered, must contain exact words or content," etc.

Creative Common is free. It simply gives instructions on how you can post copyrighted information with your work when publishing on the internet.

http://creativecommons.org/license/

10:23 AM  

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