Knitted tuck scarf …in English moss stitch…

IMG_5924IMG_6103Tuck scarf in moss stitch

This project was fast, easy and rewarding!  With a bulky wool, alpaca or blend of fiber and acrylic yarn, cast 27 stitches onto US#13 needles.  The pattern is worked in four rows as follows:

1. K1, P1 and continue to the end of the row with a K1.

2. P1, K1, same as above ending with P1.

3. Repeat row 2.

4. Repeat row 1.

Knit until desired length is reached.  Cast off and weave in ends.

Enjoy or give as as gift.  My daughter-in-law was thrilled with this.


My favorite dishcloth pattern.

Gift for Bridgett

This knitted dish cloth pattern is so easy. Use only cotton yarn like Sugar and Cream and US #8 needles.

Dish cloth recipe.
Cast on 35 stitches.
Rows 1-8: Knit entire row.
Row 9: Knit entire row.
Row 10: Knit first four stitches then K1, P1…until the last four stiches. Knit them.
Row 11: Knit entire row.
Row 12: Knit first four stitches then P1, K1…until the last four stiches. Knit them.

Repeat rows 9-12 nine more times.

Now knit 8 more rows.
That’s it. Cast off and tie in ends.
Immerse in warm suds and enjoy or tie with a ribbon and give it to someone who will appreciate it. 😉

If you have any questions, email me at Tip: Keep track of your rows on paper.