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Saturday, August 6, 2011

Baby Seahorse Cloth

Copyright 2011 by Elaine Fitzpatrick. Permission is granted to make and sell items from this pattern provided that credit is given to me as the designer.  Permission is not granted to reproduce the actual pattern, or post it, or distribute it, without my express permission.  Please respect my copyright and play nice!

PDF file with chart is available here.

Size:  approximately  8" X 8 ½"

Materials:  One skein of worsted weight cotton in a solid color. (Approximately 88 – 100 yards.)  The cloth pictured was done in Peaches & Crème in Shrimp.

Needles:  U.S. Size 6/4.0mm or 5/3.75mm  Because this is a “picture” cloth, you want your fabric to be fairly dense so the design will pop out.  If you are a loose knitter, then you might want to drop down a needle size.

Gauge:  4.5 sts. per inch, not critical. 

k = knit
p = purl
sts. = stitches

Pattern:   Cast on 39 stitches

Rows 1 - 9:  knit.
Row 10:  (wrong side) k3; (p3, k3) x6.
Row 11:  k7; (p1, k5) x4; p1; k7.
Row 12:  k2, p35; k2.
Row 13:  k3; (p3, k3) x6.
Row 14:  K3; (p3, k1, p1, k1) x5; p3; k3.
Row 15:  k7; (p1, k5) x 4; p1; k7.
Row 16:  k2, p35; k2.
Row 17:  k3; p3; k27; p3; k3.
Row 18:  k3; p33; k3.
Row 19:  k18; p4; k17.
Row 20:  k2; p14; k1; p4; k1; p15; k2.
Row 21:  k3; p3; k10; p1; k6; p1; k9; p3; k3.
Row 22:  k3; p14; k2; p4; k1; p12; k3.
Row 23:  k19; p1; k3; p1; k15.
Row 24:  k2; p21; k1; p13; k2.
Row 25:  k3; p3; k13; p1; k3; p1; k9; p3; k3.
Row 26:  k3; p13; k3; p4; k1; p12; k3.
Row 27:  k19; p1; k19.
Row 28:  k2; p21; k1; p13; k2.
Row 29:  k3; p3; k13; p1; k13; p3; k3.
Row 30:  k3; p15; k1; p4; k1; p12; k3.
Row 31:  k14; p1; k4; p1; k1; p1; k17.
Row 32:  k2; p18; k1; p16; k2.
Row 33:  k3; p3; k8; p1; k6; p1; k11; p3; k3.
Row 34:  k3; p15; k1; p6; k1; p2; k2; p6; k3.
Row 35:  k11; p2; k6; p1; k1; p1; k17.
Row 36:  k2; p18; k1; p4; k1; p3; k1; p7; k2.
Row 37:  k3; p3; k15; p1; k11; p3; k3.
Row 38:  k3; p15; k1; p6; k1; p2; k2; p6; k3.
Row 39:  k19; p1; k19.
Row 40:  k2; p11; k2; p5; k1; p4; k1; p1; k3; p7; k2.
Row 41:  k3; p3; k13; p5; k2; p1; k6; p3; k3.
Row 42:  k3; p17; k1; p3; k2; p2; k2; p6; k3.
Row 43:  k12; p1; k13; p1; k12.
Row 44:  k2; p8; k1; p2; k2; p9; k1; p2; k1; p1; k1; p7; k2.
Row 45:  k3; p3; (k4, p1) x2; k6; p2; k9; p3; k3.
Row 46:  k3; p6; k1; p19; k1; p6; k3.
Row 47:  k15; p1; k3; p1; k2; p1; k16.
Row 48:  k2; p35; k2.
Row 49:  k3; p3; k10; (p1, k5) x2; p1; k4; p3; k3.
Row 50:  k3; p18; k1; p14; k3.
Row 51:  k21; p1; k17.
Row 52:  k2; p9; k1; p6; k1; p2; k1; p15; k2.
Row 53:  k3; p3; k12; p2; k13; p3; k3.
Row 54:  k3; p33; k3.
Row 55:  knit.
Row 56:  k2; p35; k2.
Row 57:  k3; (p3, k3) x6.
Row 58:  k3; (p3, k1, p1, k1) x5; p3; k3
Row 59:  k7; (p1, k5) x4; p1; k7.
Row 60:  k2; p35; k2.
Row 61:  k3; (p3, k3) x6.
Rows 62 - 70:   knit.
Bind off purlwise and weave in ends.


Teena in Toronto said...

I made one this afternoon ... thanx :)


Lindsey Lou said...

really cute!

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