$4.00


SC Palmetto Tree
and Crescent Moon Towel

Knit this lovely 13.5” x 9.5” oval Palmetto Towel with a knitted picot edge.
Pattern includes chart, written instructions and
instructions for an optional hanger.

The Story of the Palmetto Tree and Crescent Moon
William Moultrie designed the first flag for South Carolina in 1775 during the Revolutionary War which was a dark blue to match the soldiers’ blue uniforms.
The silver crescent (new moon) matched the crescent on their caps.
A year later a Palmetto tree was added which is the symbol of South Carolina's success in defending Sullivan's Island during the Revolutionary War.
The fort was built with tough, soft logs from Palmetto trees growing in the area. When the British warships fired cannonballs, they sunk into the wood but did not destroy the fort. Thus an important victory was won for South Carolina’s troops during the Revolutionary War. This flag was adopted in 1861.

$4.00


Pink Flamingo Towel
Jazz up that kitchen or bath with this oval-shaped, picot-edge pink flamingo! Pattern includes chart, written instructions and
instructions for
an optional hanger.

$1.50

Diamond Stripe in Knitting
from
The Art of Knitting 1897
14" x 10" (35.56cm x 25.4cm)
If you would like to make a pillow cover for a standard 15”x15” (38.1cmx38.1cm) pillow, add an
additional 6 knit rows before starting the pattern and 6 knit rows after completing the pattern.
Several test knitters made 2 blocks to use for a lined purse. The possibilities are endless.
Chart and written instructions included in pattern!

$4.00

Like Sands through an Hourglass
I was experimenting with some stitch patterns and came up with something that looked like an hourglass. Immediately, I thought of the soap opera I used to watch over 30 years ago – Days of Our Lives. I converted the pattern to a dishcloth so I could make something quick and functional. However, if you leave off the borders and continue with the pattern, you would have a
very unique scarf.
What’s an “Ordinary”?

An ordinary is an old-fashioned bicycle with a front wheel.
Like all my bibs, it has a unique fastener (no velcro or buttons).
Dishcloth cotton makes it very absorbent and chewable.
Pattern includes chart and written
instructions for the bib and a dishcloth.
$4.00

Here's another one of my dishcloth/bib combination pattern. Like all my bibs, it has a unique fastener
(no velcro or buttons).
Dishcloth cotton makes it very absorbent and chewable.
Pattern includes
chart and written
instructions for the bib and a dishcloth.
 $4.00

$4.00

I-Pod Arm Sock
Is this cool or what?
Make an I-Pod Arm Sock out of your favorite self- striping sock yarn. I used Cacade Fixation because I like the cotton.
Easy to follow instructions and diagrams. Use the magic loop or your favorite double points.
Easier than making a sock —
No toe to graph
and no heel to turn!
Frosted Cupcake Purse
What little girls wouldn't want a cupcake purse?
It's hard to knit a stable round bottom for a purse, so I used a circle cut from a felted sweater.
If you don't have a felted sweater, polyester fleece
works just as well.
 $4.00
Not only are dishcloth bibs absorbent and easy to clean, my granddaughter loves to chew on hers. The rough texture must feel good to her gums. The unique fastener doesn't use buttons (little ones could swallow them) or velcro (sticks to everything in the wash) — nor does it tie (please don't choke me).
Pattern includes chart and written instructions.
$4.00 
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