UPDATE January 2020 The entire pattern is below. You can also purchase the pattern in a high quality PDF file for $1 HERE or in my Etsy Shop HERE. Use code OHLALANA in my Etsy Shop to get a 50% off discount (because is $2 there). The PDF file includes: gauge/tension info and materials written instructions charted instructions row-by-rowContinue reading “BLOCK 2: ROOF TILES”
UPDATE April 2019 The entire pattern is below. You can also purchase the pattern in a high quality PDF file for $1 HERE or in my Etsy Shop HERE. Use code OHLALANA in my Etsy Shop to get a 50% off discount (because is $2 there). The PDF file includes: gauge/tension info and materials written instructions charted instructions row-by-rowContinue reading “BLOCK 1: TRIANGLES”
This is an oldie but goodie 🙂 Several years ago, we stopped buying comercial sponges at home with the aim of reducing the amount of plastic we consume and take care of the planet (I’m preparing an article about it). So, as you can imagine, this pattern is my most used one to make spongeContinue reading “DIAGONAL Dishcloth and Kitchen Towel FREE PATTERN”
Hi there! It was time to share another FREE PATTERN, don’t you think? In this Dishcloth / Washcloth / Kitchen Towel / Dishtowel I use Bamboo stitch to combine an extra absorbent power with an open texture that allows it to air dry quickly. Besides, is very easy to make 🙂 I’ll leave the patternContinue reading “BAMBOO Dishcloth and Kitchen Towel FREE PATTERN”
You can knit the yarn over through its front loop (or front leg) with the purpose of creating a hole. Let’s see how. 1) Knit until you reach the YO made on the previous row.
A YARN OVER (YO) is the simplest method to make an increase. It consists simply of interposing your thread (yarn over) between two consecutive stitches, and working into it on the next row, creating a new stitch. YO is also widely used in lace knitting, ofter paired with decreases as ssk and k2tog. When youContinue reading “HOW TO: YARN OVER (KNIT YARN OVER) – OhLaLana!”
Hi there, Today I wanted to share my Moss Stitch / Seed Stitch Dishcloth free knitting pattern. Seed stitch is my favorite pattern for washcloths, since it combines an extra absorbent texture with a great scrubbie power. Plus is very easy to make!! So, if you’re a knitter in search of an easy and quick project, eitherContinue reading “Seed Stitch Dishcloth FREE KNITTING PATTERN – OhLaLana!”