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I Am Looking For........

Posted by jbkidd (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 29, 05 at 12:24

Hi:

I am looking for a pattern for a "knitted tea towel" with a topper using cotton and not wool. I have made the topper tea towels in the past but find they don't wash well.

I have seen them before where the entire towel is knitted with the topper.

Hope you can understand what I am asking for. Thanks.


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RE: I Am Looking For........

Are you looking for a pattern for a totally knitted tea towel, made with cotton yarn? If so, check any of the discloth sites, many of them have patterns for dish towels as well. And you can make your own pattern - find a stitch you like, cast on about 60-70 stitches, depending on your gauge and how wide you'd like the towel. A few rows of garter stitch to start and end the towel, and keep the first and last 4-5 stitches of each row in garter also - and you can do any pattern you want to in between.


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Have looked and can't seem to find one.


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I hope this address works for you

www.royea.net/handtowel.html


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Thank you Mirren, that is exactly what I am looking for.


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I am looking for a knitted tea towel pattern with a basket weave pattern


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Joycebee - did you check the address I suggested to Jbkidd last year?


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