The Trellis Dishcloth Pattern was the result of my becoming bored with one stitch pattern dishcloths. Sometimes while watching TV and looking through stitch pattern books to design my next dishcloth I come across a couple stitch patterns I think might look well together. I give it a try, and if not, I simply start over with a couple different patterns. Anyway, the Trellis dishcloth pattern is the result of one such evening. It turned out really cute, don’t you agree?
After thinking and thinking I just could not think of a name for this new pattern so I put the question out there on my LOK (Laws Of Knitting) Facebook Page. Thanks to everyone who participated. As always the winner receives their name up in lights, well not really, but they do get recognition for their entry name.
The announcement on Facebook: The votes are in…There were so many great suggestions I just couldn’t choose, so I put it to a family vote, and drumroll please, Trellis won with Braille a very close second. CONGRATULATIONS to both Sharon and Ann for their wins ~
Both winner and runner-up will receive a free pattern.
Thank you, everyone, for playing along!!
Materials I used:
Lily/Sugar’n Cream; 100% Cotton. 120Yrds/70.9g. Colors: Red – 1 skein each.
Needle size: US7(4.5mm).
♥Once again, because I ROCK, the pattern includes the stitch pattern repeat.
♥As are all my knitting patterns; this pattern has been test knit twice and both professionally copy and tech edited for accuracy.
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