Silvermist Squares

On Thursday September 10, 2015, in Uncategorized, by Nat Ford

This post is a copy of a post I made in the closed Yahoo Group, MonthlyDishcloths after a number of people asked me if the cloths were one of the KALs and, if so, which one. No, it is not a KAL in the group. It is a cloth that I had seen in someone else’s photo album on the Yahoo group and had then tracked down on Ravelry.

My photo on that closed group (for those that are members):

My Ravelry project for that pair of squares (photographed one laying on top of and slightly off-centre of the other):

The pattern on Ravelry (Silvermist Bath Set by Rosemary (Romi) Hill – “This pattern is available for $4.80 USD”):

My blog post:

Hope that helps!

The link to my post about it on the group (for those that are members) is as follows:


[Ravelry FO] Monthly Dishcloth 1st September 2015 KAL

On Thursday September 10, 2015, in Finished Objects, by Nat Ford


I love these pinwheel patterns!

This pattern has taken more than one ball of yarn and so I either need to make it in more than one colourway or find a colour that I have more than one ball and start again. permalink



I knit 8×4+1+4=37 sts instead of 21 sts so as to make a cloth.… (closed FB group).

ETA: I need to start putting my planning thoughts into the Ravelry project descriptions, and so my and LJ blog posts. Here I saw the pink sample that was posted in the closed FB group with the stitch pattern rows and the detail that it was called the Fishtail Lace stitch pattern and I just knew it had to be knit in orange. It is only in the last few minutes, though, that I have realised that it looks like goldfish tails (or koi carp). permalink


[Ravelry FO] Two centre-out lace squares

On Friday August 21, 2015, in Finished Objects, by Nat Ford


The green one is a worsted/aran weight yarn on 4mm needles and the orange is a fingering/4ply yarn on 2.5 mm needles, if I remember correctly. permalink


[Ravelry FO] Monthly Dishcloths August 1st 2015 KAL

On Thursday August 13, 2015, in Finished Objects, by Nat Ford


The blue and variegated blue one is the one I knit when we did this pattern in April 2015 and the red and yellow is the one I have just knit for this KAL. permalink