I'm going to try and get a few more sets out this month while I still have some free time. I'm hoping to finish the "Wedding Set" by next Friday. I'm about halfway through charting the patterns. Some have asked what program I use to put the pattern booklets together. All I really use is a simple cross stitch charting program that lets you click on small boxes to design an image, and photoshop. After I design the images, I write out each picture's pattern, knit them up, block, take photographs and load them into the computer. I really enjoy creating an exciting and original cover page for each pattern set. The rest is all editing text, resizing photos to make sure everything fits on a page to be printed, then adding some extra theme to the pattern. I really hope you enjoy everyone of these sets. A lot of love and creativity goes into each one to make it special. The kids are even starting to get involved when I design the charts. Victor especially loved the Easter set.
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 6MB. 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:
Scissor - 00071: Grape (Purple)
ABC Cloth - 00083: Cornflower Blue (Blue)
123 Cloth - 00062: Emerald (Green)
School Bus - 00010: Yellow (Yellow)
Apple - 00095: Red (Red)
Pencil - 00082: Jute (Tan)
Lion Brand Cotton Solid:
Book - Paprika Article: #760-133
Globe - Clove Article: #760-136
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 should probably start dinner now. Later I'm going to get to all the emails I have. Promise!