Slow Stitching Sunday ~ Still Knitting

I’m still bumbling my way through some knitting projects. This is a dishcloth I knit. It was very tiny after washing. 😂

I started another with smaller needles. I hope it won’t shrink as much.

And I made a very sad little kitty. I had planned for this to be a gift, but it’s just too sorry looking. I’d give him eyes, but I don’t want him to see himself.

I was asked about patterns for the cowls I knit for Christmas gifts.

The pattern for this scarf (I made mine into a cowl) can be found here.

The following cowl was knit using this pattern from a Noble Knits.

As far as dishcloths, I just find a knitting pattern I want to try and make it into a dish cloth. Real scientific! At some point, I hope to stumble across a pattern to use my “good yarn” on. Until then, I’ll just keep bumbling.

Have a great day!

About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing kids, and a librarian. I have been making traditional quilts for ages but have ventured into art qulting in the last several years. I also love to knit socks and mittens and dye my own fabric. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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5 Responses to Slow Stitching Sunday ~ Still Knitting

  1. Jan Horn says:

    I’ve been knitting dishcloths for a long time and have a couple of favorite patterns I’d be happy to share with you. I use a size 7 needle and 42 stitches for all of them. They sell as fast as I can make them.

  2. Jannette Binder says:

    I love knitting dishcloths too – quick and usually easy, plus you get something useful! I quite often do a mock cable stitch with garter stitch borders. This should take you to the stitch pattern: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWR4i81gxdU

  3. Elaine from BC says:

    Give him a smile, too. That should make him feel better

  4. Donna says:

    I really like your little kitty. Go ahead, give him eyes. Add a little bit of embroidery stripes and he will be a beauty! Did you use a pattern to make him?

  5. Mary says:

    Maryquilts uses a lot of patterns from Ravelry for both crochet and knitting. You may find that helpful.

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