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2015 Calendar Update

Another update on the Calendar from Janet Nogle for those interested.

“A little info…it does have over 25 patterns, some are dishcloths,
facecloths, a towel set, a bread basket cover, a hat, a scarf and a yarn
section for the new knitters along with knitting aids. We have the new
patterns for 2015, we have a section of some past favorites, a bonus
section AND a chance to win a pair of “Sheep” knitting needles or wood
grain set of knitting needles or a knitting project bag.

There will be 3 prize packages of yarn and knitting accessories. This is
also covered in the calendar. Everyone who purchases a calendar will be
eligible to win one of the packages. You don’t have to do anything,
this will be automatically done. The cost is $12 for a downloaded copy,
$19 for a printed copy in the US, which includes shipping. Any orders
outside the US: We will ship to some areas outside the US but the cost
varies due to shipping distance. Just send me an email and I can let you
know if any price adjustment is needed. Canada is one of the countries
we will ship to. I know we have quite a few Canadian friends in our midst.”

Janet Nogle ~ Moderator

This just in from Janet Nogle who is coordinating the new pattern calendar for next year.
I have 4 designs in there so this is exciting for me!! This will be my 4th year to have my patterns
featured in her calendars.

“I have had people from all of the groups asking questions about the calendar.
It is being worked on by Emily our website guru, getting it ready to
upload to the site. It is on schedule and should be available on
September 1st or before. There will be a roll out with this one, we
will be giving away yarn and knitting needles. Anyone who purchases a
copy will be included. For those purchasing a calendar, our past
calendar will be available at reduced pricing. The 2015 calendar
download copy will be $12, printed version will be $19 which includes
shipping within the US. There will be a free Pattern posted on our
website when the calendar is ready. If there are specific questions you
would like answered, just contact me. Thanks Everyone!! ”
Janet

Coming out for 2015 and I will be submitting a few designs for it which is why I’ve been MIA lately.  Sorry for that.

I’ve also been busy teaching Knit and Crochet classes which have been going quite well.  More and more people are getting interested

which is a good thing.  I’ve also been busy knitting socks!  I started doing that last year and knit 22 pairs.  This year has been a bit slow but I think I have a solution for that!  Instead of the usual knit 2 socks at a time ( 1 full pair)  I’m doing them 4 at a time! ( 2 full pairs)!

How’s that for quantity!..lol 

ImageThese 2 have separate patterns.  The purple pair have a cable pattern and the blue pair has a center lace pattern.  So please wander off too far away from here, as I get more patterns written, I’m also setting aside some Free ones as well.

Take care everyone and Happy Knitting!

 

 

This was finally released back to me after it’s month long run over at Holiday Gifts Mystery group.

Enjoy!!

Broken Stairs
©Michelle C. ~ SouthernComfortKC 10-22-12

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1 2.0 ball ww cotton yarn
US sz 4 knitting needles
Tapestry Needle
Scissors
Sample measured 8”-8½” after blocking. If you prefer a smaller cloth, use a sz US3.
CO 37
1: k across to end.
2: p2, *k3, p2*; rep from * to end.
3: k across to end.
4: k1, * p2, k3*; rep from * to last 1 st; p1
5: rep row 3
6: k2, * p2, k3*; rep from * to end.
7: rep row 3
8: *k3, p2*; rep from * to last 2 sts, k2
9: rep row 3
10: p1, * k3, p2*; rep from * to last 1 st, k1
11: rep row 3
12: p across to end
13: rep row 3
Rep rows 2-13 3 more times
Then rep 2-10 1 more time
Bind off in pattern.
Block if necessary
All photos, instructions are the sole property of Michelle C. – SouthernComfortKC.

Using this pattern in any way as the basis for another pattern, modification of & re-publishing the pattern, transmitting, sharing, posting or uploading this pattern online, to a list service, library or database is strictly prohibited and is a violation of copyright laws.

http://www.ditzyprints.com/dpburnchart.html

Good thing to have and know for just in case……….

TopNotch Knit Dishcloth

Topnotch Knit Dishcloth

©2013 SouthernComfortKC ~ Michelle C

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Materials:  1 ball of ww cotton yarn

1 set of sz US4 needles

Tapestry Needle

Scissors

Sample was 7×7″

Note:  Slip all stitches as if to Purl.

Co 30

1:  K1, *WYF-SL1, K1* to last st, WYF-SL1

2:  P across to end

3:  WYF-SL1, *K1, WYF-SL1* to last st, K1

4:  P across to end.

Repeat these 4 rows till it’s the length you want.  Bind off, weave tails in and block if necessary

*Footnote [Best done with a solid color.]

All instructions and photos are the sole property of  Michelle C. – SouthernComfortKC. Using this pattern in any way as the basis for another pattern, modification of & re-publishing the pattern, transmitting, posting or uploading this pattern online, to a list service, library or database is strictly prohibited and is a violation of International Copyright laws.

June 10, 2007 ©SouthernComfortKC
Flurries
006_small2  kal_001_small2  Flurries_Knit_small

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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