These cloths were such a joy to create and they are going to a very sweet "soon to be" baby girl at the end of this month. I can think of a thousand different uses for them. From bathing to feeding to playing. I might even try making a baby blanket for my daughter using these squares if I have time this year. I hope everyone enjoys knitting and giving these patterns as much as I did.
This pattern is available as a PDF download and priced at $3.25. There are eight cloth patterns in this set. You can purchase this pattern if you are a Ravelry member by clicking the "Buy Now" button below the pictures. The Baby Cloths are also available in my Pattern Store here as a Ravelry Download. There are 5 pages total and the download is sized at 4.4MB. If you have any questions about the pattern or payment options, please feel free to contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Ravelry: KristenKnits.
Lily's Sugar'n Cream Solid:
Baby Feet - 00093: Soft Violet (Purple)
Baby Bottle - 00083: Cornflower Blue (Blue)
Baby Hand - 00042: Tea Rose (Orange)
Pacifier - 00046: Rose PInk (Pink)
Diaper Pin - 01004: Soft Ecru (Off White)
Carriage - 00003: Cream (Off White)
Moon - 00082: Jute (Tan)
Bernat Organic Natural Cotton:
(knitted slightly looser)
Rattle - Cactus
I made each written pattern with a corresponding chart for the dishcloth. From the sets that I've already made, I've managed to get about 2-2½ cloths out of one ball of Lily's Sugar'n Cream Solid Yarn. Though you can use any kitchen cotton you prefer.
I have a lot of ideas in my head for the rest of this month into June. I'm playing around with some ideas for a Wedding, Teacher, Summer and All American set. I don't know if I'll be able to finish everyone but it's nice to talk about anyway. I'm only going to do a year of cloth sets and then focus more on knitwear for the fall/winter months. I have a book and a few magazine deadlines to work out patterns for so that and some upcoming cloth sets should keep me happily busy through the summer. I would love to hear some feed back on sets that YOU would love to see designed this year.