The entire pattern is written and charted below, ready to be used to make dishcloths, washcloths, blanket or rug blocks… 🙂
If you want to add my number 4 knitting pattern to your Ravelry library, click here.
Did you missed the previous numbers? You can find them in the following pages:
Another series begin! This will be a short one. Numbers 1 to 9, 0, and I’m thinking to include # and *. That way, we can create a funny little blanket or rug that looks like a phone display 😀
The entire pattern is written and charted below.
Have a lovely day,
If you want to add my number 1 knitting pattern to your Ravelry library, click here.
Let’s get back to our 52 Square Pickup project!
When I published my DIAMONDS square I promised I will be sharing the pattern for the B side, especially because beginners get confused when reversing patterns. I know I did when I started knitting!
Both patterns are below. And, since they’re related to my 52 SQUARE PICKUP KAL, I also included a PDF file for you to download, at the end of each one.
Enjoy you day, and your knitting!
“Alerce” is the name of a tall tree species native to the Andes region and also a reference to my most beloved National Park in Argentina: Los Alerces. I love forests, mountains and lakes, and therefore Los Alerces National Park is a paradise to me!
My ALERCES cowl is knitted in the round.
You can work it with bulky yarn to make it stiff (as I did), which will make it perfect for winter nights. It will cover you up to the nose like a shield! Look:
It has some “Mad hatter hat” look, isn’t it?
Of course, you can also make it using aran or worsted yarn if you prefer your cowl to have more drape 😉
Skill level: intermediate (because of the cabled pattern)
The entire pattern is below.
I hope you like it 🙂
If you want to add it to your Ravelry library, click here.
Remember that if you support me in Patreon you already have a copy of this pattern ready to download in my Patreon page.
I looked my last blocks and noticed that somehow they were getting more and more complicated. So I decided it was time for another easy pattern, but I didn’t want it to be boring!
So here’s what I came up with: a very easy block with a hidden message in Morse code. I’m sure you’ll like the repeating word 😉 Can you guess what is written in my MORSE block?
Morse code is a great way to hide little messages into your knitting. For instance, if you’re making this blanket for your significant other you could include a “please, do not snore” message in it. You can also decide when (and if!) to share the key to find it.
Another fun idea, if you have kids, is to knit several dishcloths with different messages and save them for a rainy day. I’m sure they’ll have fun deciphering the words, or discovering their names in code.
Happy knitting. And deciphering!
If you want to add this block to your Ravelry library, click here. <—- I’ll put the link tomorrow. I want to give you time to find out what the block says 🙂