Checker-Square Garter Dishcloth… Continued!

3 Responses

  1. Toni says:

    on the Checker/Square Garter Dishcloth – the sl stitch – I am assuming
    this is a slip stitch knitwise – am I correct ?? and when you knit
    back on the Row 2 (and alternating rows) are you knitting into the
    back of the stitch as it is twisted – or at least mine is.
    I guess my question is this: are you slipping the stitch knitwise??

  2. Kayla K says:

    Yes, slip stitches knit wise, with yarn in back when working a right side row and yarn in front when working a wrong side row.

  3. Maureen E says:

    Your Garter-Square Dishcloth was the first mosaic knit pattern for me. Upon completion, I was inspired to seek out other mosaic knitting patterns. Mosaic knitting has become an addiction!

    As mosaic patterns for wearables, afghans, etc. are not common, I turned to the Barbara Walker Treasuries as one source for mosaic knit charts & written-out directions; counted cross-stitch and needlepoint charts provided additional inspiration. One kitchen towel design came from an afghan pattern/chart.

    I have learned that some designs are easier to work from charts while other designs are easier to follow when the directions are written out.

    Making scarves for the Montana Winter Special Olympics has enabled me to practice various types of mosaic patterns.

    Thank you so very much, Kayla, for introducing this new (to me, anyway) direction in knitting.

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