Free Knitting Letters A To Z
Free Knitting Letters A To Z – I would like to present my first collection of knitting patterns-Monogrammed Alphabet for Knitters. These are patterns for knitting dishcloths with a letter of the alphabet written on each rag. They are very simple and quick to make, and the best part is that you can fit the whole project into a small purse to take on the go.
The downloadable PDF patterns are available on Ravelry.com as individual letters for only $2.00 each, and the entire collection sells for $16.00 in my Etsy shop, also as a downloadable PDF. You can buy them directly from your smartphone and use them directly from there. That way you always have them handy. If you prefer to print the patterns, each letter pattern is a horizontal page that you can print and fold to still be small enough for your bag.
Free Knitting Letters A To Z
Are you knitting larger projects that you would like to use these monograms in? The pattern also comes with a chart (pictured), so more experienced knitters can use these knitted monogram letters in any project!
Knit The Alphabet By Claire Garland
The idea for these patterns came when my mom knitted me a cute little stack of dishcloths with birdhouses and hummingbirds and the like several years ago. I thought they were so cute! And they turned out to be my favorite dishrags for cleaning my kitchen counters every day. No, do it several times a day. I love sparkly things! As I borrowed one of her patterns to knit one myself, I couldn’t help but think how cute it would be with a monogram on it.
So I set out to find a monogram pattern to use with a dishrag. If you’ve ever looked for something like this, you know what a rare find this would be! I didn’t find anything but huge block letters, college style fonts, or gothic looking stuff. Nothing pretty and light and script like a monogram should be. So I did as I always do when I can’t find what I’m looking for – I did it! I carved my M and then drew a pattern from it. It turned out so well that I posted it on my website and before you knew it, I had people asking for more letters.
Well, it only took me 3 years (or was it 4?) but I finally have a whole collection of monogrammed towel patterns to share with the masses. If you know knitters, please share this with them!
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Our latest creations are free knitting patterns for all alphabet afghan squares or towels! These squares would work great as a cloth or dishcloth, or you could put them together to write names or words, or even add them with some of the other squares to make an afghan or a blanket (all my squares have the same size). Finished square approximately 22 cm x 22 cm (8.5 in x 8.5 in)
If you prefer a PDF version of this pattern or want to help support Daisy and Storm to continue creating free patterns, you can purchase a PDF version of this pattern from ETSY by clicking here
These patterns are also available in print book form from Amazon Daisy and Storm’s Knitted Alphabet Squares for Washcloths and Afghans
Size depends on yarn and needle size used – with DK/Light Worsted Weight yarn and 4mm (US 6, UK 8) knitting needles, finished squares are approximately 22cm x 22cm (8.5in x 8.5 inches)
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Any size needle and thread can be used (see thread label for recommended needle size), however different sizes of needle and thread will create different sized squares, so if you plan to make an afghan or a set of these it’s best to use the same needle size and yarn for each square. When I posted the Boo Blocks pattern for Halloween, many of you said you would like to use the same pattern for other words and holidays. Now you can, with these colorful letter charts for the entire alphabet! I’ve also included some punctuation, a heart and a tree!
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For the Boo Blocks design, Global Backyard Industries sent me some free 4 inch wooden blocks. You can buy the blocks on their website in sets of 4 or 6 (they are out of stock as I write this, but will be back soon!). Using these letter charts, you can write Joy, Peace, Love, Dream or any other words you want on your blocks.
Each letter is 8 stitches wide and 13 stitches tall, in a 12 x 14 area. These charts were designed for use with the Boo Blocks pattern, but can be used for a variety of other applications. Add a name or initials to a project, or even use them as embroidery or cross stitch charts!
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What will you make with these letters? Share your project photos at the Scrappy Stitchers Link Party or the Scrappy Stitchers Facebook Group!
I hope you enjoy these paintings. A downloadable pdf version of the Boo Blocks pattern is available on Ravelry for a small fee and now includes these additional charts as a bonus download! The charge for the pdf format is to compensate for the advertising revenue lost when you print or download the pattern instead of viewing it online.
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