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ALPHABET DISHCLOTH: D – OhLaLana!

D dishcloth pattern alphabet dishcloth knitting pattern ohlalana

Fourth pattern of my Alphabet dishcloths series 🙂 If you want to add it to your Ravelry library, click here. In a few days I will be publishing together the E and F patterns.

Cecilia

PS: you can also use this pattern as a blanket block. It has the same number of stitches and rows as my “52 square pickup” ones 😉

You can also purchase the pattern in a high quality PDF file for $1 HERE.

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DIAGONALS: BLOCK 3 OF 52 SQUARE PICKUP

DIAGONALS stitch knitting pattern 52 SQUARE PICKUP knitted blanket OhLaLana dishcloth free pattern

Hello!

Today’s block looks easier than the previous two. It is important to insert a block with these characteristics from time to time when a blanket is put together to allow all other designs to stand out. Anyway, in my opinion, it is still a nice design 🙂 I also updated the format of the PDF file: from now on I’ll make only one PDF containing the row-by-row instructions in the first page and the chart in the second. A little less work for me!

For those who follow my alphabet dishcloth series: next weekend will bring the D and next week both E and F. I’m hurrying things up in the alphabet front to clear up my February work schedule. I’ll tell you why in a later post!

Another project that I am working on (if you follow me in Instagram or support me on Patreon you might already seen a sneak peek) is a pattern for hats with a textured heart as the star of the design. I’ll post it here on my blog next week, to give you time to knit some if you want to use them as Valentine’s gifts.

So, as you can see, I keep giving you excuses to buy more yarn… You’re welcome 😉

Thank you for being there!

Love,

Cecilia

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ALPHABET DISHCLOTH: C – OhLaLana!

C dishcloth pattern alphabet dishcloth knitting pattern ohlalana

Third pattern of my Alphabet dishcloths series 🙂  If you want to add it to your Ravelry library, click here

Cecilia

PS: you can also use this pattern as a blanket block. It has the same number of stitches and rows as my “52 square pickup” ones 😉

You can also purchase the pattern in a high quality PDF file for $1 HERE.

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LITTLE GEMS

LITTLE GEMS knitting pattern LITTLE GEMS stitch pattern ohlalana

LITTLE GEMS Stitch Pattern

Skill level: beginner. Only knits and purls! You can see more beginner stitch knitting patterns here.

Over a multiple of 10 sts.

LITTLE GEMS knitting pattern LITTLE GEMS stitch pattern ohlalana

WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS ROW BY ROW

The instructions between brackets correspond to the grey coloured part on the chart. Repeat it as many times as needed.

Row 1) (RS) [k1, p1, k7, p1], k1

Row 2) k1, [p4, k1, p4, k1]

Row 3) [k4, p1, k1, p1, k3], k1

Row 4) p1, [p2, k1, p1, k1, p1, k1, p3]

Row 5) [k4, p1, k1, p1, k3], k1

Row 6) k1, [p4, k1, p4, k1]

Row 7) [k1, p1, k7, p1], k1

Row 8) k1, [p1, k1, p5, k1, p1, k1]

CHARTED INSTRUCTIONS

• Read all odd rows from right to left, and all even rows from left to right.
• Repeat the grey painted part as many times as you need.

LITTLE GEMS knitting pattern LITTLE GEMS stitch pattern ohlalana

LITTLE GEMS: BLOCK 2 OF 52 SQUARE PICKUP

LITTLE GEMS stitch knitting pattern 52 SQUARE PICKUP knitted blanket OhLaLana dishcloth free pattern

I’m publishing this pattern a bit earlier as a surprise for our knitting friends who greet the sun earlier than others (in Australia, New Zealand, etc) So… good morning to you! Meanwhile, I’ll get back to the kitchen to prepare dinner for me and Tomi 😉

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Hi there!! How are you? 

I saw a lot of squares number 1 in Ravelry and Instagram and I could not be happier with the amount of people who joined this project, from many countries of the world. Isn’t it wonderful? Also, did you see that our Ravelry group already has almost 600 members? Amazing!

For all those who did not follow my previous KAL of blocks (12 blocks for Xmas) I would like to remind you that I always leave at the end of each pattern, here on my blog, a PDF copy so you can download it and take it with you anywhere. Speaking of which: does anyone use the first file? I think that, unless someone objects, I’ll start to create just one file: the ROW-BY-ROW. What do you think? Please let me know. Thank you!

I’m going to publish square number 3 next Thursday. And so we began to advance the days a little bit, to arrive with plenty of time in December to assemble the blanket.

Have a wonderful weekend, and Happy Knitting!

Cecilia

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ALPHABET DISHCLOTH: B – OhLaLana!

B dishcloth pattern alphabet dishcloth knitting pattern ohlalana

Second pattern of my Alphabet dishcloths series!  

Cecilia

PS: you can also use this pattern as a blanket block. It has the same number of stitches and rows as my “52 square pickup” ones 😉

If you want to add this pattern to your Ravelry library, click here.

You can also purchase the pattern in a high quality PDF file for $1 HERE.

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DOWNLOADABLE PDFs: New benefit for my Patrons

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Hello dear friends,
As a new benefit for my patrons I’m creating high quality PDF files with each pattern of my 52 Square Pickup KAL and my Alphabet Dishcloth series, with photos, charts and row-by-row instructions. 
I’ll be uploading an updated file each time I release one of the patterns. I still be releasing each pattern in my blog so, if you can’t support me, don’t worry!! You’ll be able to keep knitting along 🙂
You can gain access to this benefit, along with others, by supporting me on Patreon (click on the image below). Thank you!
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FLAGS

FLAGS knitting pattern FLAGS stitch pattern ohlalana

FLAGS Stitch Pattern

Skill level: beginner. Only knits and purls! You can see more beginner stitch knitting patterns here.

Over a multiple of 7 sts + 1.

FLAGS knitting pattern FLAGS stitch pattern ohlalana

WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS ROW BY ROW

The instructions between brackets correspond to the grey coloured part on the chart. Repeat it as many times as needed.

Row 1) (RS) k1, [p1, k6]

Row 2) [p5, k2], p1

Row 3) k1, [p3, k4]

Row 4) [p3, k4], p1

Row 5) k1, [p5, k2]

Row 6) [p1, k6], p1

CHARTED INSTRUCTIONS

• Read all odd rows from right to left, and all even rows from left to right.
• Repeat the grey painted part as many times as you need.

FLAGS knitting pattern FLAGS stitch pattern ohlalana

FLAGS: BLOCK 1 OF 52 SQUARE PICKUP

FLAGS stitch knitting pattern 52 SQUARE PICKUP knitted blanket OhLaLana dishcloth free pattern

Hello!! We start our “52-SQUARE PICKUP” KAL with a pattern that has a lot of texture: flags stitch pattern. I hope you like it as much as I do 🙂

Next block will be published next Friday. I’ll try to take this week to think about the best time to release each pattern. We are part of a global community and I know some of you are reading this on Saturday 5th!! It is so strange to try to work with different time zones… I’ll do my best and let you know. 

See you soon!

Cecilia

PS: I already started with the Alphabet Dishcloths, did you see it? Letter A is ready! I plan to check all boxes in my 2019 goals list 🙂

UPDATE

I added at the end of the post a new row-by-row file, ADJUSTED to meet the same amount of stitches and rows as my “12 blocks for Xmas” ones.

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ALPHABET DISHCLOTH: A – OhLaLana!

a dishcloth pattern alphabet dishcloth knitting pattern ohlalana

As I told you in the article “2019 Projects at a Glance“, one of my goals for this year is to design and share patterns for Alphabet dishcloths, all 26 capital letters. So… here’s the first one!  

Cecilia

PS: you can also use this pattern as a blanket block. It has the same number of stitches and rows as my “52 square pickup” ones 😉

If you want to add this pattern to your Ravelry library, click here.

You can also purchase the pattern in a high quality PDF file for $1 HERE.

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