20 May, 2008

Pamper Yourself Spa Cloth




This spa cloth is perfect for gentle exfoliating!

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Materials:
3.25mm needles
50g cotton yarn
Sample shown measures 7.5in by 6.5in.

Special Abbreviations:

LB (large bobble): Knit in front, back, front, and back (again) of next stitch = 4 stitches created.

W2 (wrap twice): Insert tip of righthand needle into stitch knitways, wrap the yarn around the needle twice, and pull the stitch through.

DEW (drop extra wrap): Knit next stitch and drop the extra wrap.

P4tog: Purl 4 stitches together.


CO 38 st.

Row 1: P2, (LB, P2, K1, P2) X 6.

Rows 2 & 4: K2, P1, K2, (W2 X 4); repeat across row to last 2 st, then K2.

Rows 3 and 5: P2; (DEW X 4, P2, K1, P2) X 6.

Row 6: K2, P1, K2, P4tog. Repeat across row to last 2 st, then K2.

Row 7: P2, (K1, P2, LB, P2) X 6.

Rows 8 and 10: (K2, W2 X 4, K2, P1) X 6, then K2.

Rows 9 and 11: P2; (K1, P2, DEW X 4, P2) X6.

Row 12: K2, P4tog, K2, P1; repeat across row to last 2 st, then K2.

Repeat rows 1-12, 3 times.
Here's a view of the back of the cloth.


You may print a copy of this pattern for your personal enjoyment, and make copies for your friends, as long as this copyright notice is included. You may not reproduce this pattern in any publication, nor may you sell it for profit without prior permission from the author.
Copyright 2008 May 21 by Shirley Ann Thompson

3 comments:

Ann Heistad said...

I just finished doing this pattern, fabulous. Thanks so much for posting.

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Leslie Lim said...


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