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Dish Cloth Pattern

Posted by blueheron (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 3, 09 at 11:32

I would like to knit a dish cloth with the initials of the college my daughter attended. How would I create a pattern?
The initials are F&M.

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RE: Dish Cloth Pattern

Hi blueheron
Here are patterns already done for you. Just click on the letters you need.

Here is a link that might be useful: dishcloth initials

RE: Dish Cloth Pattern

That is really neat. But, how would I reduce the size of the initials to get 2 on a cloth?

RE: Dish Cloth Pattern

Or, failing that, how could I make a basketball and hoop dishcloth?

RE: Dish Cloth Pattern

Here is some knitter's graph paper. Perhaps you could print this out and then draw in the initials you need. There are alot of free alphabets for cross stitch that you can find online that might be useful too.
Hope this helps.

Here is a link that might be useful: knitter's graph paper

RE: Dish Cloth Pattern

Thanks so much. I printed the graph paper and now I will attempt to make the pattern. (I also saved the file on my desktop for future reference!)

RE: Dish Cloth Pattern

This is pretty neat, I wonder if there's one for crochet?

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