Sunday, June 19, 2011

BIG N BURSTIN OUT DISHCLOTH

Big and Bursting out Dishcloth
Original Pattern by: Aurora Suominen Copyright © 2011
H Hook and Cotton Yarn
*Notes* Ch3 counts as first st throughout pattern.

Rnd 1: Ch4, work 15DC in 4th ch from hook.  Join to top of ch4. (16dc)

Rnd 2: Ch3 FPDC around post of same dc.  *(DC in next dc, FPDC around post of same dc)* Repeat around and join in top of beg ch3.  (32dc)

Rnd 3: Ch3, *FPDC around post of next fpdc, DC in next dc* Repeat around and join in top of beg ch3. (32dc)

Rnd 4: Ch3, DC in same dc.  *FPDC around post of next fpdc, 2DC in next dc)* Repeat around and join in top of beg ch3. (48dc)

Rnd 5: Ch3, DC in next 4dc (FPDC around post of next fpdc, DC in next 5dc) 7Xs.  FPDC around last fpdc and join. (48dc)

Rnd 6: Ch3, DC in same dc. [+DC in next 2dc, 2DC in next dc, DC in next dc, FPDC around post of next fpdc,+  2DC in next dc] 7Xs Repeat ++ once and join in top of beg ch3. (64dc)

Rnd 7: Ch3, DC in same dc.  [+(DC in next 3dc, 2DC in next dc) 3Xs.  DC in next 2dc, FPDC around post of next fpdc+ 2DC in next dc] 3Xs Then ++ once and join in top of beg ch3. (80dc)

Rnd 8: Ch3, DC in same dc. [+(DC in next 4dc, 2DC in next dc) 3Xs.  DC in next 3dc, FPDC around post of next fpdc+ 2DC in next dc] 3Xs Then ++ once and join in top of beg ch3 (96dc)

Rnd 9: Ch1, SC in same dc.  SC in each st around and join to first sc. FO (96sc)

© 2011 Aurora Suominen. All rights reserved. This pattern may not be sold, reprinted, posted/copied, or electronically transmitted to any website without the written consent of the copyright owner. You may link to this pattern if you like, or print a copy of it for your personal use ONLY.

3 comments:

CrochetBlogger said...

Love the product but especially love the name!

crazymotheringchick said...

Oh, cute! I'm gonna have to stitch me up one of these tonight! Have a great day!

UnicornUnique said...

I was wondering if the finished product could be sold. If it is ok, I would of course give credit to the designer(you)! This is a beautiful cloth and I can imagine it worked in many warm and bright summery colors to brighten any kitchen. Keep up the good work!