Another KAL Dishcloth: Motif Eyelet

Dishcloth Motif Eyelet
This is another KAL Project with dynamic crochet group. I did this faster than the previous motif and I found out this motif is easier to do. I noticed many dishcloth patterns using seed stitch as the borders, so I try using seed stitch as the borders (my first time doing seed stitch).

Anyway, before doing this project, I browsed around and found a site with many kinds of eyelet patterns. I think eyelet patterns are beautiful!. I hope someday I can create my own eyelet patterns.

I’m a beginner in knitting, I’ll write down here how to make the seed stitch as a note to myself and who knows this could be useful to anyone.

Works on multiples of two stitches.

Row one: Knit one, purl one across.
Row two: Purl one, knit one across.
Repeat these two rows for pattern.

Seed stitch can also be worked on odd numbers of stitches.

Row one: Knit one, then purl one, knit one across.
Repeat this row.

Actually seed stitch is not a difficult pattern, you can Google it or try to see how it works from YouTube.

By risna

a housewife who recently learns to knit and crochet, lives in Chiang Mai since 2007, so must learn Thai Language, and had some part time job to do documentation with LaTeX and welcoming for a new family member at the end of 2010

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