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Flurries Dishcloth

Michelle Crimm
June 10, 2007
Flurries

1 Ball of 100% w.w cotton yarn
1 pair of straight needles: Your choice
Gauge not important but:
US 5 (3.75mm) needles ( 7×7) or US 6 ( 8½ x 8½)
Tapestry Needle and 2 Stitch markers for border stitches
CO 41
Rows 1-4: Knit across
Row 5: K 4, PM, Purl to last 4 sts, PM, K4
Row 6: K across
Row7: K4, P33, K4

Row 8: K4, (K1, YO) 3X, (SSK)2X, (SL2 knitwise- K1- P2SSO, (k2tog)2x, (YO, K1) 5X, YO, (SSK)2X, SL2 knitwise-k1-P2SSO, (K2tog) 2x, (YO, K1)3X, K4
Row 9: K4, P33, K4
Row 10: K 41
Row 11: K4, P33, K4
Row 12: K4,  (K1, YO) 3X, (SSK)2X, (SL2 knitwise- K1- P2SSO, (k2tog)2x, (YO, K1) 5X, YO, (SSK)2X, SL2 knitwise-k1-P2SSO, (K2tog) 2x, (YO, K1)3X, K4
Row 13:K4, P33, K4
Row 14: K 41
Row 15: K4, P33, K4
Row 16:K4,  (K1, YO) 3X, (SSK)2X, (SL2 knitwise- K1- P2SSO, (k2tog)2x, (YO, K1) 5X, YO, (SSK)2X, SL2 knitwise-k1-P2SSO, (K2tog) 2x, (YO, K1)3X, K4
 Row 17: K4, P33, K4
Row 18: K 41
Row 19: K4, P33, K4
Row 20: K4,  (K1, YO) 3X, (SSK)2X, (SL2 knitwise- K1- P2SSO, (k2tog)2x, (YO, K1) 5X, YO, (SSK)2X, SL2 knitwise-k1-P2SSO, (K2tog) 2x, (YO, K1)3X, K4
Row 21: K4, P33, K4
Row 22: K 41
Row 23: K4, P33, K4
Row 24: K4, (K2tog) 3x,  (YO, K1) 5X, YO, (SSK)2X,  SL2 knitwise- k1- P2SSO, (K2tog) 2x, (YO, K1) 5X, YO, (SSK)3X, K4
Row 25: K4, P33, K4
Row 26: K41
Row 27: K4, P33, K4
Row 28:K4, (K2tog) 3x, (YO, K1) 5X, YO, (SSK)2X, SL2 knitwise- k1- P2SSO, (K2tog) 2x, (YO, K1) 5X, YO, (SSK)3X, K4
Row 29: K4, P33, K4
Row 30: K 41
Row 31: K4, P33, K4
Row 32: K4, (K2tog) 3x, (YO, K1) 5X, YO, (SSK)2X, SL2 knitwise- k1- P2SSO, (K2tog) 2x, (YO, K1) 5X, YO, (SSK)3X, K4
Row 33: K4, P33, K4
Row 34: K 41
Row 35: K4, P33, K4
Row 36: K4, (K2tog) 3x, (YO, K1) 5X, YO, (SSK)2X, SL2 knitwise- k1- P2SSO, (K2tog) 2x, (YO, K1) 5X, YO, (SSK)3X, K4
Row 37: K4, P33, K4
Row 38: K 41
Row 39: K4, P33, K4
Row 40: K4,(K1, YO) 3X, (SSK)2X, (SL2 knitwise- K1- P2SSO, (k2tog)2x, (YO, K1) 5X, YO, (SSK)2X, SL2 knitwise-k1-P2SSO, (K2tog) 2x, (YO, K1)3X, K4
Row 41: K4, P33, K4
Row 42: K 41
Row 43: K4, P33, K4
Row 44: K4, (K1, YO) 3X, (SSK)2X, (SL2 knitwise- K1- P2SSO, (k2tog)2x, (YO, K1) 5X, YO, (SSK)2X, SL2 knitwise-k1-P2SSO, (K2tog) 2x, (YO, K1)3X, K4
Row 45: K4, P33, K4
Row 46:K 41
Row 47: K4, P33, K4
Row 48: K4, (K1, YO) 3X, (SSK)2X, (SL2 knitwise- K1- P2SSO, (k2tog)2x, (YO, K1) 5X, YO, (SSK)2X, SL2 knitwise-k1-P2SSO, (K2tog) 2x, (YO, K1)3X, K4
Row 49: K4, P33, K4
Row 50: K 41
Row 51: K4, P33, K4
Row 52: K4, (K1, YO) 3X, (SSK)2X, (SL2 knitwise- K1- P2SSO, (k2tog)2x, (YO, K1) 5X, YO, (SSK)2X, SL2 knitwise-k1-P2SSO, (K2tog) 2x, (YO, K1)3X, K4
Row 53: K4, P33, K4
Row 54: K 41
Row 55: K4, P33, K4
Rows 56-59 K across
Bind off and weave in tails. Block if necessary.

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Comments on: "Flurries Dishcloth" (15)

  1. woah… that’s purty!thanks for sharing the pattern

  2. It is rather interesting for me to read the post. Thanks for it. I like such topics and anything connected to this matter. I definitely want to read a bit more soon.

  3. Don't stop posting such stories. I like to read articles like this. By the way add more pics 🙂

  4. Row 8: K4, slide marker ( K1, YO) 3x; (SL 1 as if to P wyib, K1, PSSO) 2x; SL 2 as if to K, K1, P2SSO; (K2tog) 2x; YO, (K1, YO)5x; (SL1 as if to P wyib, K1, PSSO) 2x; SL2 as if to K, K1, P2SSO; (K2tog) 2x; to last 3 sts; (YO, K1)3x, slide marker, K4 = 41 stitches. Hi Michelle, lovely pattern but confusing. If you're on the 3rd (k1,YO) how can you slip 1 purlwise with yib? Your yarn is in the YO position in front. I'm befuddled. Please help. lol

  5. Wow, sharp eyes you have. I'm not sure what happened but it's all fixed now and to think it's been featured as a knit a long 3 times in 5 years. No one ever noticed. Glad you did. Keeps me on my toes. Thank you!!

  6. Wow, you're fast! Well, I had just started knitting it when I ran into that little snag. Thanks, for fixing it up, Shelley, it is a lovely cloth. 🙂 I wonder how they pulled that off in the knit alongs though. LOL. Have a great evening!

  7. Not sure but there were quite a few made with no issues. I hope this clears things up for you.

  8. Oh, I'm sure it will be perfect, thanks! 🙂 After finishing this one, I'll be doing your March one. I really appreciate your generosity, Shelley .. thanks again. ♥

  9. Guess who? LOL. 'Row 8: K4, slide marker ( K1, YO) 3x; *(SL2 knitwise, K1, P2SSO) 2x; SL 2 as if to K, K1, P2SSO; (K2tog) 2x; YO, (K1, YO)5x;, YO; rep' Do you mean that there's a double YO at the end of that … (K1, YO)5x followed by another YO? I'm going to get past the 8th row eventually, Shelley, I'm sure of it. 🙂

  10. OOPS<< the yos and kn1's are backwards, let me go fid it.OK< all fixed..

  11. Even my files were back to the original. I know I saved it, but it should be correct now. I'm sorry you're having such troubles. I'd knit you one to save you the hassle if I could. 🙂

  12. "I'd knit you one to save you the hassle if I could. :)" You're sweet, Shelley, and that cracked me right up. LOL. No worries about my troubles .. I've set the cloth aside while knitting another one and will get back to it shortly. Thaaaaaaanks, Shelley! Would you believe, I'm having worse troubles trying to decipher those flippin' words, in order to post a comment? 😦

  13. Psssst, Shelley? There's one more thing in row 8, second line. I think that this –> YO,<– (YO, K1)5x; does not belong. It's not in the following 'like' rows, so I just took it out. I'll get this danged thing knitted yet! Bwahahaaa.

  14. Omit the YO, Just work what's in the ( )then yo again at the end. I don't know how they're getting in there..

  15. I seriously would love to knit you one with all the trouble you've gone thru.. If I had your email addy I'd contact you to get your info and send one to you.

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